Ranking of Netflix Argentina: the 10 most viewed series and movies

Netflix is ​​the most used streaming platform in Argentina, with 4.5 million active users who visit its catalog every day. The offer of titles is constantly renewed: every week new features are introduced that tempt users. For this reason, the top 10 most viewed series and movies in our country changes almost daily and this July 25 is led by the Sky Rojo series, with the artist Lali Espósito, supported by the Argentine cult production Okupas. In turn, the sequel to He-Man Masters of the Universe: Revelation makes its entrance to the ranking.

Next, a review of the productions that lead the ranking on Netflix Argentina.

1. Sky Red

The second season of the series starring Lali Espósito came to Netflix to become a success again. Sky Rojo follows the story of three sex workers who decide to escape from their pimp after believing he was murdered. Upon discovering that he is still alive, they must fight for his life as the past and their personal stories intersect chapter by chapter.

2. Occupy

This cult series premiered in 2000 arrived on the Netflix platform. The peripheral life of a group of young people in the midst of violence and the lack of opportunities in the big city is accurately reflected by director Bruno Stagnaro and starring with great realism by Rodrigo de la Serna, Ariel Staltari and Jorge Sesán. The 11 episodes are available after a remastering work and the new music of some scenes.

3. Blood red sky

A promising horror movie directed by Peter Thorwarth. The film revolves around a group of terrorists who hijack a night flight. In it, a woman suffering from a strange disease decides to reveal a chilling secret to save her son’s life.

4. Castamar’s cook

This ten-part romantic drama takes place in Madrid in 1720, where a prodigious cook catches the eye of a widowed duke who has just entered aristocratic society. This series is based on the novel by Fernando J. Múñez. Starring Michelle Jenner, Roberto Enríquez and Hugo Silva.

5. The last love letter

Another premiere that adds to the list of most viewed titles. Of British origin and based on the novel by Jojo Moyes, the film shows how a journalist finds a collection of love letters from 1965. As she reads them, she discovers that the story tells “an illicit love” and decides to unravel the mystery behind those stories. At the same time, a new chapter begins in his own love life.

6. A place to dream

The premiere of its third season places it at the top. The series follows the story of Mel, a young woman who moves to a remote California town to leave her painful past behind, work as a nurse, and start over. However, she will discover that life in this small town is not as simple as she believed.

7. Sex/Life

Developed by Stacy Rukeyser is an eight-part adult series that focuses on desire and sexuality. Based on BB Easton’s novel, 44 Chapters about 4 Men (2016), it shows how a woman completely rethinks her present by reliving part of her youth. It stands out for its narrative focused on the female point of view.

8. Masters of the Universe: revelation

The War for Eternia reaches its climax in this exciting and innovative five-episode action-animation series, a sequel to the famous 1980s production. It picks up the story of the mythical characters where it ended decades ago. The devastating battle between He-Man and Skeletor fractured Eternia, and the Guardians of Grayskull were scattered. After decades of secrets have separated them, Teela must reunite the fractured group of heroes and investigate the mysterious disappearance of the Sword of Power in a race against time to prevent the end of the universe.

9. New rich, new poor

Netflix presents the first season of this Colombian series that was all the rage in its country. The story appeals to the absurdity of a mistake that occurred 30 years earlier, when a nurse delivered two newborns to the wrong families. Three decades later, adults must learn to live up to the status of their blood families, one very wealthy and the other lacking. The cast is headed by Martín Karpan, Carolina Acevedo and John Alex Toro.

10. Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans

Closing and final installment of the Tales of Arcadia created by Guillermo del Toro. This time, in Arcadia the last fight of the young heroes takes place to face the titans. The protagonists of Trollhunters, The Three Below and Wizards come together in the final challenge of the story.

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