Most popular on Netflix this week

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Updated September 20, 2021

What’s the trend on Netflix this week?

The most popular shows and movies on Netflix according to their subscribers can be found on the service, but that’s only part of the story. Fans spend more time watching their favorite Netflix shows and movies than binging them; they also read the headline history and critical position on Rotten Tomatoes own pages. We’ve put together a list of the 10 best movies and shows on Netflix US that our visitors have watched in the seven days ending September 19.


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The action-packed issue from last week. 1, the movie starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead Kate, falls to no. 2, making way for the return of British comedy drama to high school Sex education. This series – with Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa, among others – has grown steadily, and its third and current season is Certified 100% Fresh on the Tomatometer. Also new in the top 10 and service, the scary film for children Night books, produced by genre icon Sam Raimi; Korean survival thriller Squid game; and Schumacher, a documentary on the famous Formula 1 champion.

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Is your favorite Netflix show or series on the Netflix Top 10 list? Let us know in the comments what you’re watching on Netflix right now.

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Adjusted score: 20,742%

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

Synopsis: The life and career of seven-time Formula 1 world champion racing driver Michael Schumacher …. [More]

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Adjusted score: -1%

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# 8

Adjusted score: -1%

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

Synopsis: Roman, his brother Albert and their friends go on a hike in nature. The group will meet again soon … [More]

Adjusted score: -1%

Critics Consensus: A well-crafted coda that gives a lot to do with its devilishly delicious cast, LuciferThe final-final season of is a fitting farewell to the Prince of Darkness and his many friends.

Adjusted score: -1%

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# 5

Adjusted score: 80,057%

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

Synopsis: A criminal mastermind who calls himself “The Professor” has a plan to achieve the biggest heist in recorded history … [More]

# 3

Adjusted score: 85349%

Critics Consensus: It’s not as punchy as you might expect, but Value remains a powerful and richly complex dramatization of real-life events.

Synopsis: In Washington, DC, attorney Kenneth Feinberg battles cynicism, bureaucracy, and politics to help 9/11 victims … [More]

# 2

Adjusted score: 45755%

Critics Consensus: Mary Elizabeth Winstead does a reliably captivating job in the title role, but Kate is a disappointing spinoff of many other female assassin films.

Synopsis: Slipped a deadly poison on his last job, a ruthless assassin from Tokyo has less than 24 hours to find out … [More]

Adjusted score: -1%

Critics Consensus: With a seemingly endless desire to delve deeper into her characters perfectly associated with her talented ensemble, Sex educationThe third season of is a masterclass in brutally honest and brilliantly sincere comedy.


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