Netflix Top 10: ‘Beverly Hills Cop 4’ Debuts With 41 Million Views as Rapman’s ‘Supacell’ Leads TV Titles

“Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F” was the most watched title on Netflix during the week of July 1-7, hitting 41 million views in its first five days of streaming.

It was followed by last week’s No. 1 title, the Zac Efron-Nicole Kidman romance film “A Family Affair,” which held strong with 31.9 million views in its first full week of availability, an improvement from last week’s 26.8 million views. Jessica Alba’s “Trigger Warning” was the No. 3 movie with 8 million views.

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At the top of the TV chart for July 1-7 was “Supacell,” the sci-fi drama created by British rapper Rapman. After debuting the week before at No. 2 with 6.4 million views, the series hit 11.8 million views in its first full week of streaming.

“Supacell” is the first series to rank as No. 1 since the debut of “Bridgerton” Season 3 Part 2, which had its third full week of availability July 1-7. (Only one other series has dethroned the season since Part 1 dropped on May 16: “Eric,” during the June 3-9 window.) Season 3 landed in fourth place this week with 4 million views, which also propelled it higher on Netflix’s list of its most popular English-language TV titles of all time. With 95.8 million views thus far, it now outranks “Bridgerton” Season 2 and “Stranger Things” Season 3, sitting at No. 8 with potential to continue growing until mid August.

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