Netflix presents a new website with the Top 10 movies and series



For several years now, Netflix's rating of titles has been based on a two-minute viewing time metric, but now the metrics will be based on the total number of hours viewed. This is why the platform wants to give a more degree of transparency to its figures and will change the way it presents its Top 10 with a new website where we can see the metrics of its titles week after week.


According to the streaming announcement, the Top10.Netflix.com site will encompass a global ranking of movies (English-speaking), TV (English-speaking), movies (non-English speaking), and Global Top 10 TV (from speaks, not English). All the while, country-specific Top 10s will also be included.


The company indicates that these listings will be updated every Tuesday and will be made taking into consideration the hours seen from Monday to Sunday of the previous week of their original and licensed titles. They will even have the validity of the accounting firm EY to review their metrics and ensure that it will publish the report of that company in 2022.




This represents a departure from one of the most common metrics used by the streaming service to date and was based on the number of accounts viewing a title rather than taking into consideration how long users actually viewed that content.


To launch this website, Netflix presented the popularity data for its content between November 8 and 14, 2012, among which the Colombian production "Yo soy Betty, la fea" stands out as the most viewed on streaming.

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