Lucifer is going for a Binge Report record as most watched series on Netflix

LUCIFER - Credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix
LUCIFER - Credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix /

Even a batch of new shows on Netflix couldn’t shake up TV Time’s Binge Report, Lucifer is going for a record here as the most-watched series!

Did you think Lucifans were going to give up that easily? Several new shows have arrived on Netflix since Lucifer season 4 premiered on the streaming service, but that doesn’t mean our watch has ended. We are Luci-obsessed! And if you need any proof of that, just have a look at TV Time’s Binge Report, where Lucifer is the champ once again.

Just so you are aware what a great feat this is, shows typically only reach No. 1 and stay there for two or three weeks, but Lucifer has now claimed the spot for six weeks in a row. If it can win again next week, it will be tied with Game of Thrones, which enjoyed No. 1 for seven consecutive weeks thanks to season 7, its penultimate season.

This week, however, Game of Thrones dropped to No. 6 after it picked up a few binge-watches last week now that fans are able to check out all episodes in one go.

Black Mirror is no longer on the top 10, what a short stay it had! Not to worry, though, Netflix has plenty more on the Binge Report. You’ll see that Jessica Jones lands at No. 5, though to be honest, I was expecting the final Netflix-Marvel series to do a little better than that, it should have at least come in second or third.

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Like Lucifer, Designated Survivor was canceled by its network and picked up by Netflix, all new episodes are streaming now as the series reaches No. 8 this week. Netflix’s Trinkets also peeks in at No. 10, have you checked out the new series?

Surprisingly, Hulu’s Handmaid’s Tale is not on the top 10. Will it appear next week? More importantly, do you think Lucifer can fight its way to No. 1 once more?

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