What’s on Netflix Singapore’s weekly top 10 list from Feb 21 to 27

The first two movies of ‘The Hunger Games’ franchise and action film 'The Condemned' got onto the list for the first time.

Naren Sankar

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Published: 3 March 2022, 12:46 PM

Five films and four shows earned its spot for the first time in Netflix Singapore’s top 10 list the past week (Feb 21 to Feb 27). 

Knocking The Tinder Swindler off the number one spot it held for three weeks is the dystopian action film The Hunger Games, starring Jennifer Lawrence. 

In a dystopian future, Katniss Everdeen voluntarily takes her younger sister’s place in the Hunger Games: a televised competition in which two teenagers from each of the 12 Districts of Panem are chosen at random to fight to the death.

Its sequel, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire fittingly took second place on the list, just below the original movie.

The second film is the highest-grossing movie of the franchise globally. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE

The 2007 action film The Condemned enters the list at third spot. The film follows 10 convicts who are forced to fight each other to the death as part of an illegal game which is being broadcast to the public.

Romantic comedy The Prince & Me and disaster drama film The Impossible completed the films that got onto the list for the first time. 

Action thrillers Line Walker, Fistful of Vengeance, documentary Downfall: The Case Against Boeing, animated comedy Despicable Me 2 and true-crime documentary The Tinder Swindler have all retained spots on the list.

For TV shows, Inventing Anna remains at the top spot for the second week running. 

K-Dramas Forecasting Love and Weather and Thirty-Nine,  Japanese series Fishbowl Wives, horror series All of Us Are Dead and Love Is Blind: Season 2 also retained spots on the list.

Getting into the top 10 for the first time was K-Drama Twenty-Five Twenty-One, starring Choi Myung-bin and Kim Tae-ri. The show premiered on Feb 12 and new episodes will be released every Saturday and Sunday.

Twenty-Five Twenty-One depicts the romantic lives of five characters spanning from the year 1998 to 2021. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE

Other shows which got onto the list for the first time included South Korean legal drama Juvenile Justice, historical drama Vikings: Valhalla and American young adult mystery drama One of Us Is Lying, based on the 2017 novel of the same name. 

You can view the full list of Netflix Singapore top 10 picks here

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