Father’s Day is near, folks, and there are many ways to celebrate it. You can take your dad for a delicious meal, spend some time outdoors and enjoy nature with him, or even play ball. Of course, those who don’t take risks can always just watch Netflix and relax. Those who have been following the lists of popular US streamers this weekend will surely know that there are some interesting content options in the game. Sports, action, sci-fi, and romance are just a few of the genres featured today, and as you might expect, there have been some changes to the standings since Saturday. On that note, let’s talk about some of the popular titles you can take with dear old dad today.
The best Netflix movies and shows: what’s trending June 19, 2022
Spider, which debuted on Netflix last Friday, is still at number one. Although it received mixed reviews, the sci-fi thriller has a few main stars, mainly Chris Hemsworth, Jurnee Smollett and Miles Teller, who merges with Top Shooter: MaverickJoseph Kosinski. To put it mildly, this is an interesting film that includes The key scene that scared Hemsworth. The rest of the top 5 is pretty consistent this Father’s Day. Adam Sandler Fusswhich received rave reviewsremains at number 2. Meanwhile, in Jennifer Lopez: Break document still in third place, and the animated film Hare and hamster of darkness maintains its position in fourth place. Also, clashthe streamer’s original video manages to hold fifth place.
Comrade original Wrath of God managed to jump from tenth to sixth place, displacing Andrew Garfield. The Incredible Spiderman until the seventh. The slider-focused movie has been trending for a while now (although maybe it’s helps ACM3 get off the ground one can only guess). After Spidey is led by Elsa Pataky Interceptor at number eight, up one position from yesterday. Previously, this position was Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol, which is now in ninth place. And last but not least, Titanic ranks 10th after being in seventh yesterday.
- 1 Spider Head
- 2. Vanity
- 3. Jennifer Lopez: Break
- 4. Hare-chicken and Hamster of darkness
- 5. Collision
- 6. Wrath of God
- 7 The Amazing Spider-Man
- 8. Interceptor
- 9 Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol
- 10. Titanic
The 10 Best TV Shows on Netflix in the US – June 19, 2022
very strange things remains at the top of the list of TV trends, and with the second volume of season 4 coming out in just a few weeks, it’s likely that the critically acclaimed show will hold the top spot for even longer. God’s Favorite Idiot, which stars Melissa McCarthy, is also still in second place. The third, however, is now occupied The Network of Pretense: Death, Lies, and the Internet, which was in sixth on Saturday. As I predicted, the intriguing documentary series really impresses viewers. With this, All American was moved down, but only from the third to the fourth slot. And going from fourth to fifth is an eye-opening limited edition. Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey.
First kill also moved from fifth to sixth, although YA’s show is still going strong despite having Differences from the story on which it is based. Iron Chef: In Search of the Iron Legend moved up one position to rank seventh, moving Peaky Blinders (one of Series ended in 2022) to the eighth. Lincoln Lawyerhowever, is still in 9th place, and You do not know me also remains in tenth place.
- 1. Very strange things
- 2. God’s favorite idiot
- 3. Network of Pretense: Death, Lies and the Internet
- 4. All American
- 5. Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey
- 6. First kill
- 7 Iron Chef: In Search Of The Iron Legend
- 8 Peaky Blinders
- 9 Lincoln’s Lawyer
- 10. You don’t know me
Original content seems to rule the day, for the most part, be it movies or TV. You will surely want to follow similar very strange things, Spider, Wrath of God as well as The Network of Pretense: Death, Lies, and the Internet. But of course, don’t get hung up on the numbers and make sure you actually treat your dad to some of these solid deals today. Make sure you or he has Subscribe to Netflix so you check them out.
Check out the top 10 Netflix lists for Saturday, June 18, 2022.