It’s been a bumpy start to the year on Netflix, but that doesn’t mean the first few weeks haven’t been without some great and exciting new and returning Netflix Originals. Subscribers continue to stream by the millions and we track the most viewed Netflix Originals on Netflix in 2023.
As hundreds of new and returning Netflix Originals arrive throughout the year, we’re updating the list below with the latest data.
Below are the most watched Netflix Originals on Netflix so far in 2022:
10. The Light Blue Eye (2023)
Top 10 points: 11,425
Netflix hour data: 100,970,000 million hours between January 1, 2023 and January 29, 2023
Released on Netflix: January 6, 2023
A stunning performance by Harry Melling is more than enough reason for anyone to watch The Pale Blue Eye.
A seasoned detective investigates a series of murders at the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1830. He is aided in his investigation by an intelligent and enthusiastic young cadet named Edgar Allan Poe, who would go on to become one of America’s most influential authors and writers. . the founder of the detective genre.
9. You People (2023)
Top 10 points: 11,845
Netflix hour data: 150,160,000 million hours between January 2, 2023 and February 19, 2023.
Released on Netflix: January 27, 2023
What could be the most repeated moment on Netflix in 2023 is going to be the weirdest kiss we’ve ever seen in a movie. What was meant to be a fun moment between Jonah Hill’s Ezra and Lauren London’s Amira has been a subject of derision thanks to the unnecessary need to use CGI to animate it.
A new couple and their families consider modern love amid cultural clashes, societal expectations and generational differences.
8. Kaleidoscope (Limited Series)
Top 10 points: 12,226
Netflix hour data: 193,990,000 million hours between January 1, 2023 and January 29, 2023.
Released on Netflix: January 1, 2023
One of the most unique viewing experiences a subscriber can enjoy, almost every person who watches Kaleidoscope will experience the story in a different order, giving everyone their own unique interpretation of the story.
Kaleidoscope spans 24 years and revolves around the greatest heist ever committed, and the revenge, schemes, loyalty and betrayal that go with it. It is loosely inspired by the true story in which $70 billion in bonds went missing from midtown Manhattan during Hurricane Sandy.
7. Your place or mine
Top 10 points: 13,390
Netflix hour data: 127,330.00 million hours between February 5, 2023 and February 16, 2023
Released on Netflix: February 10, 2023
Netflix has a history of rom-com, but it takes something special to break into the top ten and cross 125,000,000 million hours. Fortunately, the star power of Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher helped promote the film.
When best friends and total opposites, Debbie and Peter swap homes for a week, they get a glimpse into each other’s lives that could open the door to love.
6. Physical: 100
Top 10 points: 14,038
Netflix hour data: 178,260,000 million hours between January 22, 2023 and February 26, 2023.
Released on Netflix: January 24, 2023
There were some amazing displays of physical prowess in what is Netflix’s most fierce and compelling competition. However, it hasn’t been without controversy either.
One hundred contestants in peak physical condition compete in a series of grueling challenges to claim the honor and cash reward last.
5. Vikings: Valhalla
Top 10 points: 10,475
Netflix hour data: 201,710,000 million hours between January 8, 2023 and February 5, 2023
Released on Netflix: February 25, 2022
Historical inaccuracies aside, Vikings Valhalla is a worthy successor to the History Channels epic historical drama. Full of action, romance and drama, there’s a lot to love about Vikings: Valhalla.
“Vikings: Valhalla” begins in the early 11th century and chronicles the legendary adventures of some of the most famous Vikings who ever lived: Leif Eriksson, Freydis Eriksdotter, Harald Hardrada and the Norman King William the Conqueror. These men and women make their way as they fight to survive in the ever-changing, evolving world.
4. Glass Onion: A mystery of the blades
Top 10 points: 16,001
Netflix hour data: 301,730,000 million hours between December 18, 2022 and February 5, 2023
Released on Netflix: December 23, 2022
Netflix has spent a fortune acquiring the rights to the sequels to Rian Johnson’s Knives Out. The limited release in theaters was a huge success and an even bigger success when it was released on Netflix with over 300,000,000 million hours of viewing. It’s also great to see Daniel Craig in a role where it’s obvious how much fun he’s having.
World-renowned detective Benoit Blanc heads to Greece to unravel the layers of a mystery surrounding a tech billionaire and his eclectic group of friends.
3. La Reina del Sur
Top 10 points: 13, 182
Netflix hour data: 317,750,000 million hours between December 25, 2022 and February 26, 2023
Released on Netflix: February 1, 2017
One of the most popular shows on Netflix this year, the series has performed exceptionally well across Latin America. Therefore, despite its strong ratings, it has not achieved a higher point total for its impressive stats.
Teresa Mendoza, the wife of a cocaine smuggler, is forced to flee Mexico after her husband’s death at the hands of the cartels. Fleeing to Spain, Teresa soon finds herself at the center of the drug trafficking world as she rises from the bottom to become the queen of narcotics.
Top 10 points: 24,651
Netflix hour data: 1,729,480,000 million hours watched between November 20, 2022 and February 26, 2023.
Released on Netflix: November 23, 2022
Not much more needs to be said about the absolute juggernaut of a series that has come to Netflix on Wednesday. With nearly 1.75 billion hours of viewing and 14 weeks in the global top ten, Wednesday is one of the biggest Netflix Originals to date, making Jenna Ortega an international star.
After being expelled from another high school, Wednesday is sent to Nevermore Academy by her parents. While learning to deal with her own emerging psychic abilities, Wednesday is drawn into the mystery of a murderous monster terrorizing the local town.
1. Ginny and Georgia
Top 10 points: 26,181
Netflix hour data: 788,880,000 million hours watched between January 1, 2023 and February 19, 2023.
Released on Netflix: February 24, 2021
Easily the highest-grossing series on Netflix so far in 2023, it’s even more impressive when you consider that fans had to wait just under two years for the second season to be released. Typically, when audiences have to wait that long, the drop in ratings is huge, but Ginny & Georgia is the delightful exception.
Angry, clumsy 15-year-old Ginny Miller often feels more mature than her 30-year-old mother, the irresistible, dynamic Georgia Miller. After years on the run, Georgia is desperate to put down roots in picturesque New England and give her family something they never had: a normal life. But it’s not all carpooling and Kombucha; Georgia’s past threatens her and her family’s new lifestyle, and Georgia will do anything to protect her family.