The 10 most watched TV shows on Netflix in November 2021: from “Narcos: Mexico” to “Arcane”

Netflix released its latest set of great original series this month, including League of Legends spin off Esoteric, its live action on Cowboy Bebop and the last season of Narcos: Mexico.

However, these were the shows from the start of the year that viewers still watched. According to Netflix’s own charts around the world, subscribers were still gorging themselves You good and Lock & Key, while the world’s most-watched show was released in September.

In October, Squid game dominated the charts, with Housemaid and You is also in the top five. Read on to find out which of them are still watching in November 2021.

The 10 most watched TV series in November on Netflix

John Cho as Spike Spiegel in the Netflix live-action adaptation of “Cowboy Bebop”.
Geoffrey Short / Netflix

ten. Cowboy Bebop

After years of speculation and fan casting, November finally brought the live-action remake of Cowboy Bebop to screens. The show made some big changes to the anime that not all fans liked, and the reviews weren’t great, but there was enough love for the original and enough curiosity to place the show in the top 10.

9. Lock & Key

In October, fantastic show Lock & Key was finally able to release his second season after more than 18 months of absence. While this long gap meant that the second season didn’t have as much of an impact as the first, there was still a lot invested in the world of Lock & Key and its complicated world of many keys and many mixed identities.

8. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha

Although Squid game headlines claiming that he opens up South Korean culture to the world, romantic Korean dramas like It’s good not to be well have been a huge hit for Netflix over the past few years. The latest in this trend has been Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, which went from being one of South Korea’s biggest cable shows to one of the biggest Netflix shows in the world.

7. Hell

Speaking of South Korea, the first show to ride afterSquid game wave was Hell, an original Netflix game set in a world where supernatural beings walk among us and condemn people to hell. In November, it reached No. 1 on the Netflix charts in more than 80 countries.

6. Dynasty

Although it airs on The CW in the United States, Dynasty is a worldwide Netflix original and is a hit among the type of person who watches Succession and wish it was more trashy. Season 4 arrived on Netflix in October, and there’s good news for Americans who’ve bunged it already: Season 5 begins at the end of December 2021.

Narcos: Mexico season 3
José María Yazpik as Amado Carillo Fuentes, Yessica Borroto Perryman as Marta in season 3 of “Narcos: Mexico”.
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5. Narcos: Mexico

All good things come to an end, and Narcos: Mexico is no exception. As Narcos before her, the series comes to an end after three seasons of real crimes and cartels. Luckily for fans, showrunner Carlo Bernard hinted News week that there could be a El Chapo upcoming spin-off.

4. Housemaid

In October, Housemaid was the second most watched show on Netflix behind Squid game. And while the tragedy starring Margaret Qualley didn’t have the strength of the Korean series, many people are still learning the story of a woman who turns to housekeeping to escape an abusive relationship.

Arcane Keyart
“Arcane” is an animated prequel to the popular multiplayer game “Leage of Legends”.
Riot games

3. Esoteric

Netflix may not have the intellectual property of big names that rival streaming services like Disney + and HBO Max, but they are trying to attract big brands. The latest is Esoteric, an animated series derived from the hugely popular game League of Legends.

2. You

You actually had a bigger November than October, dropping from fourth to second on the monthly chart. Season 4 itself is all about a move as Joe Goldberg brings his new family to the suburbs. What he can’t leave behind, of course, is the life of murder he can’t escape.

1. Squid game

Netflix statistics should be taken with a big grain of salt. All we have to rely on is the data that Netflix chooses to give us, and their idea of ​​what a view is (over two minutes) is quite different from what you might think of a view (a entire episode). However, one thing seems certain: Squid game has been a truly global phenomenon, becoming the first show to top this list for two consecutive months.

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