It's a new week and that means it's time for a new top 10 chart from Netflix. So what are people in the U.K. watching now? Which movies are getting all the love for the week of June 19 to June 25?
It looks like we are finally seeing a shakeup in the top 10 for movies being streamed on Netflix in the U.K. After multiple weeks of the Harry Potter franchise dominating the chart, only two movies in the series remain in the top 10.
And we have to say that it is nice to see some fresh movies at the top of the Netflix streaming chart, even if there are only three movies that are in their first week in the top 10. But what exactly did people watch in the U.K. in terms of movies for the week of June 19 to June 25?
With the Harry Potter movies mostly out of the top 10, this week's chart definitely looks very different and fresh.
What are the top 10 movies that streamed in the U.K. on Netflix for the week of June 19 to June 25?
According to the Netflix top 10 list page these are the most streamed movies in the U.K. for the week of June 19 to June 25:
- Extraction 2 (It's the second week of not only the top 10 for this movie, but also being in the number one spot.)
- Paw Patrol: The Movie (This is another movie holding steady at its last week ranking, with this one also being in the top 10 for a second week.)
- Take Care of Maya (First week in the top 10.)
- Extraction (This is the second week in the top 10.)
- Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical (This is the movie's first week in the top 10.)
- What Happens in Vegas (Second week in the top 10.)
- The Perfect Find (First week in the top 10.)
- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (This is in its sixth week in the top 10.)
- The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (This is in the top 10 for a second week.)
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Also in its sixth week in the top 10.)
It's definitely nice to see some variety in the movies making up the Netflix top 10 chart in the U.K. and we love that there are some new movies intermixed with movies that have been around for a week. It will be interesting to see whether or not any of these movies make it to a third week or if a new film will knock out any of these repeats.
Are you surprised by this top 10 chart? Do you think the chart will see another shakeup next week?