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This week has been a wild week for the Netflix Top 10 as several one-time champions have dropped the rankings of trending titles with movies like Persuasion and shows like Resident Evil being replaced by newcomers. The same can be said about the current streaming landscape, as another longtime fan-favorite 2022 Netflix show has been taken down in a different spot and one step closer to making it to the top half of the list. But as noted yesterday, some newcomers continue to gain popularity and seem poised to run to the top. Here’s what it looks like for Netflix’s top movies and shows for Friday, July 29, 2022.

Top 10 Movies On Netflix In The U.S. – July 29, 2022

While the Russo brothers’ action-packed 2022 Netflix film The Gray Man and 2021’s hyper-colorful musical comedy Sing 2 are again in first and second place respectively, the same can’t be said of the rest of today‘s top five movies. . Argentina’s crime drama Recurrence and in-depth music documentary Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl, both of which debuted on the list yesterday, remain popular with Netflix subscribers.

Despite all these new additions to the list of trending Netflix movies this week, CHIPS, the 2017 adaptation of the classic 1970s motorcycle cop series, remains firmly at number 10. See the article : Netflix moves closer to ad-supported video service with Microsoft deal. But will it stay there after the weekend? We will have to wait…

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Top 10 TV Shows On Netflix In The U.S. – July 29, 2022

If you thought the list of trending Netflix movies has gone through some major changes, wait until you check out its TV counterpart and all the chaos that’s going on out there. Netflix originals Virgin River and Car Masters: Rust to Riches are the only two shows on the list that haven’t changed in the past 24 hours and continue to book the Top Five. And sorry for burying the lede, but for the first time in what seems like months, Stranger Things isn’t at one of the top spots, moving to number three after the arrival of the survival drama series Keep Breathing.

One of the biggest changes on both lists has to be Resident Evil’s latest adaptation, which has dropped all the way to the number eight position after being in the top tier since its mid-July debut. On the same subject : Top 10 Favorite Video Games of All Time Countdown: #4. However, the Korean drama series Extraordinary Attorney Woo continues to grow in popularity after returning to the list.

Who knows what the weekend has in store for these trending movies and shows, but with some newcomers like Uncoupled, we could see more shifts in the coming days. Oh, and if you want to watch even more, check out all the movies and shows leaving Netflix in July while you still have the chance.

View the Netflix Top 10 lists for Thursday, July 28, 2022

Philip grew up in Louisiana (not New Orleans) before moving to St. Louis after graduating from Louisiana State University-Shreveport. When not writing about movies or television, Philip is chased by his three children, tells his dogs not to yell at the mailman, or yells at his wife about professional wrestling. If the stars align, he’ll tell For Love Of The Game is the greatest baseball movie of all time.

Philip grew up in Louisiana (not New Orleans) before moving to St. Louis after graduating from Louisiana State University-Shreveport. When not writing about movies or television, Philip is chased by his three children, telling his dogs not to yell at the mailman, or yelling at his wife about professional wrestling. If the stars align, he’ll tell For Love Of The Game is the greatest baseball movie of all time.

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