The return of the Upside Down, a cooking competition resurgence, and some lady-loving vampires make up this week’s Top 10.
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There have been some changes this week, with shows that were in the Top 10 the week before now being absent. The final season of Ozark, the freshman season of legal crime drama The Lincoln Lawyer, and the latest season of All American are currently the holdovers on this week’s list, and despite the fact that Season 4 of Stranger Things debuted in a much lower slot, it still holds the top spot in the third full week since its initial release.
Docuseries about true crime Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey, a documentary about Warren Jeffs’ polygamous sect of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, is also still on the list of most popular shows.
The relaunch of the reality competition series Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend, the criminal docuseries Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies & the Internet, the last season of Peaky Blinders, and the premieres of First Kill and God’s Favorite Idiot are among the newcomers to Netflix’s Top 10 this week. (Unfortunately, there was no Cocomelon this time!)
Keep an eye on the Top 10 to see how it evolves on a weekly basis, but for now, here’s the list as it stands today:
Ozark is a riveting contemporary thriller that chronicles the Byrde family on their journey from suburban Chicago to a hazardous criminal business in the Ozarks, Missouri. Through the viewpoint of (anything but) regular Americans, the series examines capitalism, family dynamics, and survival.
Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend
The venerable Iron Chef series returns with a larger-than-life take on the groundbreaking culinary competition that started it all. It’s been described as the most difficult culinary challenge a cook will ever face. This is where high-octane sports meet world-class cuisine. Five new trailblazing Iron Chefs will welcome brave Challenger Chefs to the revamped Kitchen Stadium, where they’ll compete and be pushed to their limits of endurance and inventiveness while cooking up incredible gourmet delights. The competition’s most successful Challenger will compete in a grand finale for the title of “Iron Legend” for the first time.
The Lincoln Lawyer
Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo) is an iconoclastic optimist who conducts his law firm out of the back seat of his Lincoln, taking on cases big and small all around Los Angeles. The first season is based on the second book in Michael Connelly’s Lincoln Lawyer series, The Brass Verdict, which is based on a series of popular novels by the acclaimed author.
In 1919 Birmingham, England, an infamous gang is commanded by the ruthless Tommy Shelby, a criminal leader hell-bent on advancing in the world at any cost.
Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies & The Internet
Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies, and the Internet is a six-part anthology series directed by Brian Knappenberger and produced by Luminant Media and Imagine Documentaries that chronicles the experiences of those ensnared in a dark and twisted web of modern misinformation and digital deception. The series investigates a murder set against the backdrop of Russian election interference and explores the consequences of “SWATing,” takes a chilling trip down the rabbit hole of white supremacy, joins a Federal hunt for the suspect of a brazen IRS heist, and joins a Federal hunt for the suspect of a brazen IRS heist. When a regular American household collides with a tangled network of misinformation, reality is twisted, with memorable characters and unusual plotlines.
Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey
In 2008, a dramatic raid at the Yearning for Zion Ranch in West Texas drew worldwide attention as law enforcement agents unearthed astonishing evidence of sexual, physical, and psychological abuse and arrested 400+ minors. Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey, directed by Rachel Dretzin, is an in-depth look into the clandestine polygamous sect of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) and the ascent of self-professed prophet Warren Jeffs. Never-before-seen archive video and horrific personal experiences from some of the brave women and men who escaped are featured in the four-part documentary series.
When it’s time for Juliette (Sarah Catherine Hook), a young vampire, to perform her first kill in order to assume her place among a strong vampire family, she sets her sights on Calliope, a new girl in town (Imani Lewis). Calliope, however, is a vampire hunter from a line of famous slayers, much to Juliette’s astonishment. Both discover that the other is far more difficult to kill and, sadly, far too simple to be duped by.
Two worlds clash when a top high school football player from South Central is recruited to play for Beverly Hills High School.
God’s Favorite Idiot
Clark Thompson, a mid-level tech support technician, falls in love with co-worker Amily Luck at the same time he becomes God’s unknowing messenger in God’s Favorite Idiot. There’s also roller skating, a fire lake, and the threat of doomsday.
Six months have passed since the Battle of Starcourt, which terrorised and destroyed Hawkins. Our group of pals is separated for the first time as a result of the aftermath – and negotiating the complexity of high school hasn’t made things any simpler. A new and terrifying supernatural menace emerges at this most vulnerable time, posing a horrible puzzle that, if answered, could ultimately put an end to the Upside Down’s atrocities.