Netflix’s Top 10 chart includes the hours watched for the first debut week of Netflix’s original series (with the first season debuting in 2022).
Biggest debut for new scripted Netflix series:
1. Vikings Valhalla
Vikings Valhalla had a stream hour of 80M on its first weekend.
Set over a hundred years after the events of Vikings, tensions between the Vikings and the English royals reach a bloody breaking point, and as the Vikings themselves clash over their conflicting Christian and Pagan beliefs.
2. Inventing Anna
Inventing Anna had a stream hour of 77M on its first weekend.
The series tells the true story of Anna Delvey (Julia Garner), better known as Sorokin, the Russian-born fake German heiress who conned her way into New York society and managed to defraud hotels, banks and wealthy friends.
3. Pieces of Her
Pieces of Her had a stream hour of 54M on its first weekend.
Pieces of Her centers on Andrea “Andy” Oliver and her mother Laura Oliver, a prominent attorney and respected speech therapist. Andy’s world is upended when she discovers during a traumatic episode that her beloved mother may be hiding a deep and deadly secret.
4. Lincoln Lawyer
Lincoln Lawyer had a stream hour of 45M on its first weekend.
Mick Haller (Matthew McConaughey) is a charismatic defense attorney who does business out of his Lincoln Continental sedan. Mick spends most of his time defending petty crooks and other bottom-feeders, so it comes as quite a surprise when he lands the case of a lifetime: defending a Beverly Hills playboy (Ryan Phillippe) who is accused of attempted murder. However, what Mick initially thinks is an open-and-shut case with a big monetary reward develops into something more sinister.
5. Woman in the House 40M
Woman in the House had a stream hour of 40M on its first weekend.
“The Woman in the House” opens with Anna (Kristen Bell) — a middle-aged woman working to recollect her life after her daughter’s untimely death. With nothing but time, medication, and an unending supply of red wine at her disposal, Anna spend her days spying on the idealized family living directly across the street.
6. Anatomy of Scandal
Anatomy of Scandal had a stream hour of 40M on its first weekend.
An astonishingly incisive and suspenseful novel about a scandal amongst Britain’s privileged elite and the women caught up in its wake. Sophie’s husband James is a loving father, a handsome man, and a charismatic and successful public figure. And yet he stands accused of a terrible crime.
7. First Kill
First Kill had a stream hour of 30M on its first weekend.
It’s time for teenage vampire Juliette to make her first kill so she can take her place amongst her powerful family of Legacy vampires, matrilineal direct descendants of Lilith who chose to be bitten by the Serpent in the Garden of Eden. Juliette sets her sights romantically on a new girl in town named Calliope, but is surprised when Calliope – who shares her romantic feelings – proves to be a vampire hunter from The Guardian Guild. Both find that the other won’t be so easy to kill and, unfortunately, way too easy to fall for.
8. In From Cold
In From Cold had a stream hour of 25M on its first weekend.
In From Cold is an American spy thriller streaming television series created by Adam Glass. The series follows a divorced mother and ex-Russian spy, living secretly in the United States, as she is forced back into her old life after the CIA learns about her real identity.
9. Archive 81
Archive 81 had a stream hour of 22M on its first weekend.
Netflix’s Archive 81 starts off small. Film conservator Dan Turner (Mamoudou Athie) is approached by a mysterious corporate benefactor, Virgil Davenport (Martin Donovan) to restore some tapes from the ’90s.
10. Boss Baby
Boss Baby had a stream hour of 16.5M on its first weekend.
The first installment in The Boss Baby franchise, the plot follows a boy helping his baby brother who is a secret agent in the war for adults’ love between babies and puppies. The Boss Baby premiered at the Miami International Film Festival on March 12, 2017, and was released in the United States on March 31.