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True Story (2021)

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Netflix‘s Top 10 is a new feature that highlights the most popular movies and shows on the platform in real time. Right now, the 10 most watched titles on Netflix are an eclectic mix of originals, reality shows, sitcoms, and documentaries. You’ve probably heard of popular series like Cowboy Bebop and Tiger King 2, so their ranking on the Top 10 list today won’t surprise you.

But the Netflix Top 10 feature also reliably surfaces trending titles before the hype hits. Keep an eye on today’s Top 10 most popular movies and shows. They’re popular for a reason, and whether you’re looking for a mind-numbing escape or an educational deep-dive, you’ll probably find your next favorite binge through this list. We’ve reviewed today’s Top 10 so you can choose what to watch on Netflix wisely.


'True Story'


Apart from being a twist in and of itself, True Story is full of twists and turns as a famous comic deals with his brother threatening his entire career. The matter becomes life or death while Kid (Kevin Hart) makes a fateful stop in his hometown, encountering his dangerous big bro Carlton (Wesley Snipes).

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Halle Berry is pulling no punches when it comes to Bruised. Not only will the actress star as the lead of the MMA story, but the upcoming sports drama will mark her directorial debut. The movie had its grand premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last year — finally, we get to see Berry in action. She’ll star as a washed-up MMA fighter who returns to the ring for one final, major fight against a star player. But while she’s prepping for the big battle, a son she gave up for adoption years ago shows up at her doorstep.

Read our full review of Bruised.

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'Selling Sunset'

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Netflix’s Selling Sunset is back for another luxurious and drama-packed season of reality TV about a group of real estate brokers who thrive at selling the sunny lifestyle to affluent buyers in Los Angeles. The real entertainment factor of the show, however, lies in the dramatic, interpersonal relationships between the brokers themselves. In Season 4, that could not be more true. Big deals will be closed both on the housing market and in The Oppenheim Group members’ personal lives through weddings, career decisions and, of course, the main story being Chrishell Stause’s very public divorce from This Is Us star Justin Hartley.

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'Red Notice'

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What happens when you put hilarious action stars Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Gal Gadot together in one movie? You get Red Notice, the heart-pounding and hilarious action-drama. In this film, a disgraced FBI profiler (Johnson) enlists the help of the second-best art thief in the world (Reynolds) to hunt down and capture the world’s most wanted thief (Gadot). With Johnson’s action-man mastery, Reynolds’ sarcastic quips and Gadot’s femme-fatale energy combined, Red Notice is best described as “chaotic-good” on the alignment chart.

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'The Queen of Flow'


This Spanish original drama series, also known as La Reina del Flow, centers on a talented songwriter who seeks justice against the men who caused her downfall and killed her family, seventeen years after being wrongly imprisoned.

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'A Castle for Christmas'

A Castle For Chistmas
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Hollywood legends Brooke Shields and Cary Elwes star in A Castle for Christmas, the first sappy holiday-themed movie new on Netflix this weekend, and the season! When a bestselling author (Shields) faces a career-ending scandal at home, she escapes to Scotland where she falls in love with a historic castle. But she will have to face off against the grumpy duke (Elwes) who owns it if she wants to stay there — forever. Deck the halls with boughs of cheesy Christmas romance, because A Castle for Christmas marks the launch of the Hallmark-esque holiday streaming season!

Read our full review of A Castle for Christmas.

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'A Boy Called Christmas'


Fans of old Netflix hits like The Christmas Chronicles and Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey will feel right at home with A Boy Called Christmas. The jolly holiday adventure will follow Nikolas, a young boy who sets out to find his missing father, a man on a quest to discover the fabled village of elves. With a headstrong reindeer (aptly named Blitzen) and a loyal pet mouse by his side, Nikolas will be able to take on the challenges of Christmas with ease. A Boy Called Christmas boasts a stellar cast, with actors like Maggie Smith, Kristen Wiig, and Sally Hawkins guiding the sleigh.

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'Cowboy Bebop'


Cowboy Bebop (2021) is the long-awaited live action adaptation of the classic anime series of the same name. Cowboy Bebop, starring John Cho as Spike Spiegel, takes place in a future where the solar system has been colonized, but instead of being a sci-fi utopia, life feels more like the wild west. Bounty hunters known as “Cowboys” zip from planet to planet, moon to moon, base to base in hunt of fugitive quarries.

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'Squid Game'

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In this Netflix original game show, a group of people with money troubles play kids’ games for a boatload of money, but with deadly consequences for those who lose. That’s all we’re giving you. Trust us, just watch the show.

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'School of Chocolate'

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In School of Chocolate, host Amaury Guichon, a master chocolatier, imparts his knowledge of working with chocolate to make edible works of art to eight pastry chefs and chocolate experts over eight episodes.

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