What’s on Netflix Singapore’s weekly top 10 list from Nov 29 to Dec 5
Here’s what Singaporeans are watching on Netflix the past week.
Nine new movies make their way into Netflix Singapore’s top 10 list from Nov 29 to Dec 5, with Red Notice the only film to make a return.
The film, starring Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, makes it onto the weekly top 10 list for the fourth consecutive week. However, it dropped from first spot to third spot.
Topping the list last week was the Korean zombie movie, Train to Busan. The 2016 movie, which was a global hit, follows a dad and a daughter as they attempt to navigate through a zombie ridden Seoul on their way to Busan. The movie has everything from tense action sequences, dramatic family stakes, and terrorising zombies.
If you’re asking just how good Train to Busan was, consider this: It shot up to the top of Netflix’s chart in just five days after it was made available on the streaming platform on Dec 1.
Joker, added to Netflix’s collection on Dec 1 as well, takes second place in the top 10 list of films. The film is a fresh take on one of the most iconic villains, and takes on a psychological approach as we delve into the psyche of how Batman’s archenemy became to be. It is a tragic tale that humanises the psychopathic criminal mastermind, with Joaquin Phoenix hauntingly phenomenal in his portrayal of the famed antihero.
Rounding up the rest of the top 10 list of movies for the week are: Motivational documentary 14 Peaks: Nothing is Impossible, The Whole Truth, Green Snake, Spoiled Brats, Sooryavanshi, Taking Lives and The Perfect Storm.
For TV shows, La Casa de Papel: Season 5 Part 2 aka Money Heist, takes the top spot – its fifth consecutive week in the top 10 list. The legendary heist is finally coming to an end after its debut in 2017 and will see the professor mastermind his final operation as he and his team attempt to secure gold from a bank.
K-Dramas, the King’s Affection and Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha remain on the weekly top 10 list for their eighth and fourteenth consecutive week respectively.
Critically acclaimed League of Legends animated TV series Arcane, also remains in the top 10 for the fourth consecutive week. The animated series explores the origins of two iconic League champions through the stark contrast between the utopian Piltover and the oppressed underground city of Zaun. Fans of the show will be relieved to hear that it has been renewed for a second season.
You can view the full list of Netflix Singapore top 10 picks here.