As we move farther into the Labor Day weekend, there have been more shifts in the Netflix Top 10 lists. Movies and TV shows including “Me Time,” “I Came By,” and “Devil in Ohio” that are only available on the streaming service ruled the charts on Saturday. This holiday weekend, potential viewers have a wide selection of material to choose from, as evidenced by the wide range of genres represented by the aforementioned titles. We need to have a conversation because the situation is different now.
Top 10 Movies On Netflix In The U.S. – September 4, 2022
The new romantic comedy Love in the Villa is still number one even though it just debuted last Friday. Me Time, starring Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg, remained in second place. However, the third spot has changed hands, and it is now held by I Came By, a mystery thriller starring George MacKay from 1917. After debuting in fifth place yesterday, the film now looks to be making significant headway.
This 40 comedy directed by Judd Apatow follows in the fourth spot and has not changed its position from the previous day. And shifting from No. 3 to No. 5 is Michael Mann’s Collateral, one of the best movies on Netflix. The sixth-place finish of Snow White and the Huntsman and the seventh-place hold of Sing 2, which features an all-star ensemble, both hold firm.
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Also reliable has been Loving Adults, which has maintained a steady seventh place. The 2019 suspense film The Poison Rose takes the ninth spot on the list. (I doubt anyone predicted that a movie starring John Travolta and Morgan Freeman would generate any buzz on Netflix.) At number ten, we have That’s Amor. After finishing ninth on Saturday.
- 1. Love in the Villa
- 2. Me Time
- 3. I Came By
- 4. This is 40
- 5. Collateral
- 6. Snow White and the Huntsman
- 7. Sing 2
- 8. Loving Adults
- 9. The Poison Rose
- 10. That’s Amor
Top 10 TV Shows On Netflix In The U.S. – September 4, 2022
- 1. Devil in Ohio
- 2. Echoes
- 3. Partner Track
- 4. I Am a Killer
- 5. The Sandman
- 6. Stranger Things
- 7. High Heat
- 8. Buy My House
- 9. Selling the OC
- 10. Virgin River
It never ceases to surprise me how much movement (and how little movement) can occur on each of these lists within a single day. Even if exclusive material continues to have a significant impact, it’s essential to keep an eye on how the new additions will shake things up.
Be on the lookout for films like The Poison Rose, for instance, which are the types of thrillers that can suddenly cause a stir in their respective mediums. While we keep an eye on that and other things, you should check to make sure that your Netflix subscription is up to date so that you may view these and other titles.