If you’re looking for some inspiration when it comes to top movies and TV series to watch over the Christmas season, Netflix has just revealed its most popular titles which are non-English language.

The data reveals that US viewers enjoy watching titles from Europe, South American and Asia to name but a few. Topping the list is Spanish language movie The Platform, which was released in March 2020.

As a point of comparison, while The Irishman was watched by around 40 million households in its first 28 days, The Platform was viewed by roughly 56 million in the first four weeks.

Meanwhile, the most watched TV series is German title Barbarians, a show with a historical backdrop which portrays Germanic warriors taking on the Roman Empire way back in 9 AD.

Here is the full list of most popular international series and movies in the US

Most popular international films on Netflix US

  1. The Platform (Spain)
  2. Lost Bullet (France)
  3. Rogue City (France)
  4. #Alive (South Korea)
  5. Ip Man 4: The Finale (Hong Kong)
  6. Kidnapping Stella (Germany)
  7. Cuties (France)
  8. The Crew (France)
  9. The Paramedic (Spain)
  10. Freaks: You’re One of Us (Germany)

Most popular international TV series on Netflix US

  1. Barbarians (Germany)
  2. The Rain (Denmark)
  3. Dark (Germany)
  4. Money Heist (Spain)
  5. Dark Desire (Mexico)
  6. Ragnarok (Norway)
  7. Always a Witch (Colombia)
  8. To the Lake (Russia)
  9. The Seven Deadly Sins: Imperial Wrath of the Gods (Japan)
  10. The Protector (Turkey)

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