As February comes to an end, streaming behemoth, Netflix, takes the lead! Friday’s debut of I Am Not Okay With This brings the coming-of-age dramedy to No. 1 with a rise ratio of 100% while fresh docuseries round out the week’s top three. True crime series, The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez (No. 2), trails closely behind No. 1 placement as the sophomore season of Formula 1: Drive to Survive (No. 3) earns third place. Additionally, Season 2 of sci-fi drama, Altered Carbon, breaks in, landing the No. 4 position.
Meanwhile, recent releases gain traction with Season 5 of Better Call Saul (No. 7) and Amazon Prime’s Hunters (No. 9), which maintains report placement for a second week, as well as the midseason returns of network series, The Rookie (No. 8) and SEAL Team (No. 10).
It’s a big week for FX with series premieres from Breeders, Dave, and FX on Hulu’s Devs. Plus, the debut of Amazing Stories and the return of Castlevania! What will make the top 10? Find out next Monday.
DID YOU KNOW? Season 1 of Formula 1: Drive to Survive was the fourth most-tracked Netflix docuseries in TV Time during 2019. The top 3 were: Explained Season 2 (No. 1), Our Planet (No. 2), and Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes (No. 3).
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