13.Mar .2021 23:00

Forbes: The 25 Most Popular Shows On Netflix In 2021

Forbes: The 25 Most Popular Shows On Netflix In 2021
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Compared to the yearly movie rankings on Netflix, the TV show rankings have been much less chaotic. While 21 different movies have held the #1 position on the Top 10 charts so far this year, only nine shows have been at the top of the daily rankings.
 
And some more than others. Today marks the 16th consecutive day that Netflix’s latest hit, Ginny & Georgia, has stood at the top of the Top 10 list—an incredible feat that only two other shows, Tiger King and The Queen’s Gambit, have achieved.
Plus, there are plenty of other hyped Netflix-produced shows coming soon that could very well go just as viral: Anatomy of a Murder, Shadow and Bone, Country Comfort, Halston—the list goes on and on, honestly.
 
Which means the 2021 rankings for the most popular shows on Netflix is anybody’s race to win. While we don’t have exact figures on Netflix’s viewership numbers, we do have the daily-updated Top 10 list. And because of that, I have been able to devise a points-based system that allows me to track how shows perform over a longer period of time.

So, as of March 13, these are the 25 most popular shows on Netflix in 2021 (the bolded series are newcomers to this list):
 
  1. Bridgerton - 438 points
  2. CoComelon - 328 points
  3. iCarly - 261 points
  4. Firefly Lane - 238 points
  5. Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio - 195 points
  6. Behind Her Eyes - 190 points
  7. Ginny & Georgia - 167 points
  8. Good Girls - 165 points
  9. Henry Danger - 162 points
  10. Cobra Kai - 157 points
  11. Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer - 153 points
  12. Fate: The Winx Saga - 136 points
  13. Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel - 133 points
  14. L.A.’s Finest - 110 points
  15. Go, Dog. Go! - 106 points
  16. Lupin - 103 points
  17. The Sinner - 90 points
  18. Murder Among the Mormons - 78 points
  19. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - 60 points
  20. Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan - 57 points
  21. History of Swear Words - 51 points
  22. Gabby’s Dollhouse - 51 points
  23. Bling Empire - 49 points
  24. Surviving Death - 46 points
  25. Demon Slayer - 43 points
 
Source: Forbes