10. 'The Perfect Date'
Coming in at no. 10 is "The Perfect Date" starring Noah Centineo, Laura Marano, and Camila Mendes.
The rom-com, released in 2019, racked up 48 million viewers over its first four weeks.
The movie follows high school student Brooks Rattigan as he tries to earn money to get into his dream college by launching an app and selling himself as the perfect plus-one.
9. 'The Platform'
Released in 2019, "The Platform" holds the No. 9 spot with 56 million viewers in its first four weeks.
The Spanish science-fiction-horror film set in the future follows prisoners trapped in a mysterious vertical prison where inmates in the upper cells are fed while those below are left to starve.
Directed by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia, the movie stars Ivan Massague, Antonia San Juan, and Zorion Eguileor.
8. 'The Wrong Missy'
At No. 8 with 59 million viewers in its first four weeks is "The Wrong Missy", a comedy starring David Spade, Lauren Lapkus, and Nick Swardson.
Released in May 2020, the movie follows Tim who thinks he has invited the woman of his dreams on a work trip to Hawaii but accidentally invites a woman from a blind date gone wrong.
7. 'Triple Frontier'
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Featuring some big names like Charlie Hunnam, Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, and Garrett Hedlund, "Triple Frontier" made the list with 63 million viewers in its first four weeks.
The action flick, released in 2019, follows former Special Forces operatives who reunite to plan a heist in South America.
6. 'The Irishman'
Coming in at No. 6 is the Martin Scorsese-directed crime film "The Irishman" with 64 million viewers in its first four weeks.
The 2019 movie stars Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci and earned 10 Oscar nominations earlier this year.
5. 'Murder Mystery'
With 73 million viewers in its first four weeks, "Murder Mystery" holds the No. 5 spot.
Starring Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, and Luke Evans, the 2019 comedy follows a New York cop and his wife who, while on a European vacation, are framed for the death of a billionaire.
4. '6 Underground'
The 2019 action film '"6 Underground" takes the No. 4 spot with 83 million viewers in its first four weeks.
Directed by Michael Bay and starring Ryan Reynolds, Melanie Laurent, and Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, the movie sees six untraceable agents try to bury their pasts and change their futures.
3. 'Spenser Confidential'
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Earning the No. 3 spot with 85 million viewers is "Spenser Confidential".
The movie debuted earlier this year and stars Mark Wahlberg, Winston Duke, Alan Arkin, and also features rapper Post Malone.
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Unsurprisingly, the much-talked-about 'Birdbox" holds the No. 2 spot with 89 million viewers in its first four weeks.
Starring Sandra Bullock and directed by Susanne Bier, the 2018 sci-fi horror movie sees a mother trying to reach safety with her two kids after an unseen presence drives most of society to suicide.
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Starring Chris Hemsworth as Tyler Rake, a black market mercenary enlisted to rescue the son of an imprisoned international crime lord, "Extraction" debuts at No. 1.
With 99 million viewers in its first four weeks, the action-thriller tops Netflix's list of most watched original movies.