The 10 most watched series of the week (12/11/2023)

The 10 most watched series of the week (12/11/2023)
The 10 most watched series of the week (12/11/2023)

Quite diverse, the ranking of most watched series of the week includes some new features that, depending on the buzz on social media and review aggregators, were already expected. One of them is Invinciblean adult animated series from Amazon Prime Video that, after a resounding success in 2021, now returns for its second season.

Contrary to the show, already in its season finale, appears Loki. Once again here, the God of Mischief series was truly embraced by Marvel fans, who are not alone, as specialized critics have also been full of praise for the show since its debut.

In addition to them, however, the appearance of Friends. The 1990s series is trending on HBO Max – unfortunately, not for the reasons we’d like. After the sudden death of Matthew Perry, the show was watched again by many fans, who looked to the series for a way to deal with the departure of their idol.

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Check out the complete list of the week’s most watched productions below, remembering that our ranking is based on search data on the JustWatch website.

10. Twisted Metal

Twisted Metal, a series based on the game of the same name, seems to have really pleased fans of the game and the newcomers who decided to check it out. After all, since it arrived on HBO Max at the beginning of October, it continues to appear frequently among the most watched shows of the week.

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In its story, set in a post-apocalyptic future, an outsider (Anthony Mackie) has the chance to improve his life if he accepts the mission to deliver a mysterious package.

Twisted Metal is available on HBO Max.

9. Friends

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After the repeated death of Matthew Perry on October 28th, the actor’s fans seem to have found some consolation for the tragedy by watching episodes of Friends. The sitcom, broadcast between 1994 and 2004, propelled Matthew to stardom, thanks to his performance as the funny and sincere Chandler Bing.

While both Perry and the show need no introduction, it’s possible that the heartbreaking moment will encourage even those who never gave the show a chance to finally watch it. Set in New York, Friends follows the lives of six best friends, as they experience the happiness and dilemmas of adulthood.

Friends is available on HBO Max.

8. Rick and Morty

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Despite the controversies, Rick and Morty returned with everything for its seventh season. The show, which had its creator and voice actor Justin Roiland removed after a scandal in which he was accused of domestic violence, gained new voice actors. The novelty, however, does not seem to have compromised the fans’ experience, who continue to place it among the most viewed titles of the week.

Comedy and science fiction animation, Rick and Morty follows the eccentric scientist Rick and his curious grandson Morty through unusual adventures, experienced in parallel universes.

Rick and Morty is available on HBO Max.

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7. Travel Companions

Newly arrived at Paramount+, Travel Companions arrived on streaming making noise. Historical drama from Showtime, the series has been well-received by international critics and has everything it needs to appear more often in the rankings, as its episodes are still being released.

Set in four different decades, from the 1950s to the 1980s, the series follows a twisty romance between political officials Hawkins Fuller (Matt Bomer) and Timothy Laughlin (Jonathan Bailey).

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Travel Companions is available on Paramount+.

6. Pluto

Plutothe Netflix anime that brings a more mature and mysterious reinterpretation to the classic animated series Astro Boy, continues to appear here. For the second week in a row, the show has caught the attention of the service’s subscribers, and is even considered by some to be one of the best anime of the year.

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In the plot, which takes place when humans and robots decide to live in peace, after years of war, a German detective begins to investigate a series of murders that have a specific characteristic in common.

Pluto is available on Netflix.

5. Bodies

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British science fiction and thriller production, Bodies has been compared to a lot Dark since its debut. An eight-episode miniseries, based on the DC Vertigo comics of the same name, it has been gaining repercussions through word of mouth through social media.

Plot that explores the concept of time travel, Bodies follows the appearance of the same body in four different years (1890, 1941, 2023 and 2053), showing the investigations undertaken by detectives from their respective times to solve the crime.

Bodies is available on Netflix.

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4. Six Feet Under

It appears that the agreement made between Warner Bros. Discovery and Netflix to bring HBO series to the service has really given good results. After Balles It is Insecure be discovered by a new audience, now it’s time for the classic Six Feet Under also gain a few more minutes of fame.

The HBO drama, broadcast between 2001 and 2005, tells the story of the Fishers, a family that runs a funeral home in Los Angeles. After the death of his patriarch in a car accident, the eldest son is responsible for running the family business, although he does not have the slightest appreciation for the profession.

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Six Feet Under is available on Netflix and HBO Max.

3. Invincible

After two years of waiting for the second season of Invincible, animation fans can finally celebrate. The series arrived in the Amazon Prime Video catalog with a bang, debuting in the top 3 of the list. With only two episodes released, one can imagine that she will still appear here a lot over the next few weeks.

adult animation, Invincible tells the story of Mark Grayson, young son of the most powerful superhero on the planet. When his powers awaken, Mark decides to follow in his father’s footsteps, without imagining the secrets he hides and the difficulties of assuming himself as a hero.

Invincible is available on Amazon Prime Video.

2. Loki

One of the few series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (in English, MCU) to receive a continuation, Loki reached the end of its second year, maintaining good popularity on streaming. A figure stamped in the most watched rankings, its last episode was broadcast on Wednesday (9).

Loki follows in the footsteps of the antihero of the same name, after the episodes of Avengers: Endgame. In an alternative version of the original story, the God of Mischief takes possession of the Tesseract and ends up at the Time Variance Authority (AVT), having to choose between helping the organization or being erased from existence.

Loki is available on Disney+.

1. Gen V

Another series that has been appearing in our ranking for weeks, Gen V proved that it can be just as popular The Boys, plot from which it is derived. In addition to a season finale that caused repercussions among the public, the show has already been renewed for its second season.

Set in the same universe as The Boysthe series takes place at Godolkin University, where a group of young people are pushed to their physical and mental limits in order to be transformed into Vought’s first generation of heroes.

Gen V is available on Amazon Prime Video.

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