Home / ENTERTAINMENT / Netflix’s Most Popular TV Shows in the Last 30 Days

Netflix’s Most Popular TV Shows in the Last 30 Days

The power of clickbait was once again shown by this week’s Top 10.

Are you looking for the top ten television shows available on Netflix right now? You’ve arrived to the correct location! Despite the fact that Netflix launched the trending list earlier this year, which indicates what the Top 10 most popular TV programmes are on a daily basis, finding that list on the streaming site itself is not very straightforward without a little digging. We’re here to assist you in streamlining the process.

Continuing the dominance of the thriller series Clickbait at the top of the rankings this week was All American, a CW high school sports drama, Manifest, an NBC mystery drama that was miraculously renewed, and the docuseries Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror, all of which maintained their positions.

During this time period, there was more turnover than usual in the other slots, with the new episodes of international favourite Money Heist propelling the show into the number three position, followed by a new season of The Circle, the Los Angeles-set dramedy On the Verge, and two animated children’s series: Sharkdog and Octonauts: Above and Beyond. In addition, as is usually the case, all the Dude ever wanted was the return of kid-favorite Cocomelon. It was a great way to bring the room together.

Keep checking back to see how the Top 10 evolves on a weekly basis, but for now, here’s the Top 10 as it is right now:

Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror

The terrorist events of September 11, 2001, altered the course of history in ways that have taken decades to comprehend. TURNING POINT: 9/11 AND THE Conflict ON TERROR addresses the questions of who attacked the United States and why, twenty years after the start of the longest war in American history and Afghanistan under Taliban rule once again. What lapses in intelligence enabled this to happen in the first place? We’re here because of choices made at the highest levels of three administrations throughout the war on terror. How did we get here? In addition to officials from multiple presidential administrations in the United States, former CIA members, and U.S. military veterans, the series includes interviews with Afghanistan National Army soldiers, Taliban commanders, members of the Afghan government, Afghan warlords, and Afghan civilians – many of whom have never spoken in front of a camera before. It also gives a platform to the views of those who survived the assaults personally. The five-part docuseries is a necessary and enlightening account of the September 11th attacks and how those events altered the path of history. It is available on Netflix.

Money Heist

The Bank of Spain has been closed down for more than 100 hours because to the gang’s activities. They have successfully rescued Lisbon, but they are now facing their darkest hour after the death of one of their own. Sierra has caught the Professor, and for the first time, he does not have a strategy for how to get out of the situation. Just when it seems that nothing more could possibly go wrong, an adversary arrives on the scene who is much more formidable than any they have hitherto encountered: the army. The culmination of the biggest heist in history is nearing, and what started as a theft will soon evolve into a battle for control of the world. Part 5 of the famous series will be published in two volumes on September 3 and December 3 in 2021, respectively, to commemorate the series’ 50th anniversary.

The Circle

There are eight new participants in The Circle, where they flirt, befriend, piss off and compete in tasks against one another on a unique social media platform in the hopes of winning the grand prize of $100,000 as the top influencer on the site. Will they be able to gain clout and distinguish between who is genuine and who is a catfish if they have $100,000 on the line?


This musical series including nursery rhymes and fun moments for the entire family is a great way to learn alphabet, numbers, animal sounds, and more!


After being gone for five years, a commercial aircraft emerges out of nowhere and lands safely. As people on board begin to reintegrate into society, they begin to hear guiding voices and see visions of events that have not yet occurred, and a greater mystery begins to emerge.

On the Verge

A new comedy series, ON THE VERGE (12×30′), penned by the uplifting words of Julie Delpy (2 DAY IN PARIS, BEFORE SUNRISE), is set in the wild world of Los Angeles. We take a look inside the lives of four ladies who are on the verge of something big.


Max, a ten-year-old boy, and Sharkdog, his closest buddy who is half shark, half dog, and full of hunger.
Afraid of his own power, stealth and overall sharkiness, Sharkdog leaves a path of destruction in his wake when not on the lookout for him.


Above and Beyond: The Octonauts’ explorations take them above and beyond the sea – all the way to land!

All American

When a standout high school football player from South Central is recruited to play for Beverly Hills High School, two very different worlds come together.

About Steven Painter

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *



Check Also

The OTT release date for “Bell Bottom” is September 16.

On September 16, the espionage thriller “BellBottom,” starring Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar, ...