Netflix debuts ‘Resident Evil’ at No. 2, while Stranger Things 4 remains at No. 1.

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'Resident Evil'
'Resident Evil'

Between July 14 and July 17, “Resident Evil” was streamed on Netflix for a total of 72.7 million hours, placing it in second place on the Top 10 leaderboard for the period of July 11-17.

Between the “Resident Evil” video game series, there are narratives that take place simultaneously in the years 2022 and 2036.

In 2036, Ella Balinska plays Jade Wesker.
Tamara Smart will play Jade Wesker in the year 2022.

'Resident Evil'
‘Resident Evil’

Her history in New Raccoon City continues to haunt her, as do her father’s connections to the sinister Umbrella Corporation; nevertheless, the tragedy that befell her sister, Billie, is the thing that torments her the most (Adeline Rudolph in 2036, Siena Agudong in 2022).

The third full week after the release of Volume 2, which occurred between July 11 and July 17, “Stranger Things” maintained its position as the number one show for the eighth consecutive week.’Resident Evil’

The number of hours watched by viewers has decreased by approximately 85.9 million during the previous week.

Between July 14 and July 17, "Resident Evil" was streamed on Netflix for a total of 72.7 million hours
Between July 14 and July 17, “Resident Evil” was streamed on Netflix for a total of 72.7 million hours

In addition, Seasons 1-3 are still on the leaderboard; Season 2 is still in fourth place with 33.7 million viewers, Season 3 is currently in fifth place with 33.2 million viewers, and Season 1 is currently in sixth place with 33.2 million viewers (31.5 million).

Additionally, the first season of ‘Manifest’ has been re-released.

The series had three seasons on NBC before the network decided to cancel it in June 2021; however, due to the series’ success as an acquired series on Netflix, the streaming service decided to pick it up for a fourth and final season, which will premiere in two 10-episode parts in the fall of 2022. NBC had aired the series for three seasons before the network made the decision to cancel it.

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The first season of “Manifest” was ranked sixth with 28.4 million hours seen during the past week, while it was third from July 11 to July 17 with 38.2 million hours watched.

The third season of “The Umbrella Academy” remained in the top 10 for a fourth week, however it dropped one spot to No. 4 with 27.3 million hours.

Netflix debuts 'Resident Evil' at No. 2, while Stranger Things 4 remains at No. 1.
Netflix debuts ‘Resident Evil’ at No. 2, while Stranger Things 4 remains at No. 1.

Meanwhile, “Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight” debuted at No. 8 (21.2 million) with four days of availability following its premiere on July 14; “Boo, Bitch” debuted at No. 9 (20.6 million) after failing to make the Top 10 last week following its premiere on July 8; both films had four days of availability.

The eighth season of “Alone” finished in tenth place (15.6 million).

The Top 10 lists for the week of July 11-17 may be seen below, beginning with English-language series and moving on to non-English-language TV shows, English-language movies, and non-English-language movies, respectively.

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