Netflix and Disney+ both provide a little insight into what other viewers are watching with their Top 10 and trending lists that show up on the apps. Right now, Netflix’s top titles are led by an acquired title that has turned into sort of an Original hybrid.
Netflix picked up the series Lucifer after it got canceled by Fox after three seasons. Now, the streamer has produced three more seasons with its sixth and final season dropping just last week. The discarded Fox show has found new life at Netflix and has consistently been in its top 10 trending list for a while now. It’s currently in the No.1 spot for the week.
Second place goes to Clickbait, the thriller/crime/mystery series about Nick Brewer, a family man abducted in a crime with a sinister online twist. Clickbait is followed by the 2015 British drama Safehouse, where an ex-police couple is asked to turn their home into a safe house.
Netflix’s Original Kate starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Woody Harrelson made the fourth spot, with the ever-popular CoComelon, Manifest making appearances as well.
Netflix’s Top Ten List of the Week
- The Circle
- Turning Point
Disney+ has found a lot of success with its animated Marvel series What…If? that explores alternate endings to pivotal moments in MCU timelines. The anthology series is currently the top title trending on Disney+, followed by The Simpsons. Disney+ has 31 seasons of the classic cartoon.
Speaking of classic cartoons, this next one is on its way to becoming a favorite. Bluey is a Disney+ Original that’s entertaining for both children and adults alike. It’s currently in the third trending spot, followed by Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Luca.
Two of Disney+’s new reimagined takes on classic series also made the list, with Doogie Kamealoha M.D. and the Turner & Hooch reboot also trending.
Disney+ Top Ten List of the Week
- The Simpsons
- Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
- Doogie Kamealoha M.D.
- Turner & Hooch
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