The best Netflix movies and shows: what’s trending June 21, 2022

I noticed something funny while browsing the top 10 US movies on Netflix for Tuesday, June 21, 2022: a new original sci-fi thriller. Spider now available for streaming on the platform, as is Andy Muschietti’s 2017 adaptation by Stephen King itthe continuation of which contains a scene in which the deceased character chapter turns into spider. I just think it adds a funny extra coincidence to the fact that said titles were the two most popular movies on the platform this past weekend. To see if they topped the list again and see if very strange things still ranked #1 in the top 10 TV shows in the US. Most Viewed Titles on Netflix (will open in a new tab) Today.

Pennywise jumps off the screen in IT

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Top 10 Netflix Movies in the US – June 21, 2022

Right, Spider – Chris Hemsworth’s big summer release ahead of Thor: Love and Thunder – still ranked #1 of the top 10 Netflix movies, followed again by it and well-received basketball drama by Adam Sandler, Fuss. Climbing yesterday’s place is an animated adventure Hare and hamster of darknesswhich is now higher than in 2018. Speed ​​kills (a thriller starring John Travolta that is not a sequel to the 1994 Keanu Reeves film) and an explicit document by Jennifer Lopez Break. Meanwhile, Oscar winner for Best Picture Titanic re-entered the rankings at the bottom, while the South African original Netflix film clash and favorite blockbusters The Incredible Spiderman as well as Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol stay in seventh, eighth and ninth place… for now.

  • 1 Spider Head
  • 2. It
  • 3. Vanity
  • 4. Hare-chicken and Hamster of darkness
  • 5. Killing at speed
  • 6. Break
  • 7 Collision
  • 8 The Amazing Spider-Man
  • 9. Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol
  • 10. Titanic

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