Every week the most used streaming platform in Argentina introduces new features that tempt users, that is why the ranking changes daily
Netflix, the most used streaming platform in Argentina, with 4.5 million active users, constantly renews the offer of movies and series.
Every week new features are introduced that tempt users, and this was no exception. That is why the top 10 series and movies seen in Argentina change almost daily.
In this context, we present to you the daily ranking in which the first place is taken by Lupine, after the premiere of its second part.
They remain firm Sweet Tooth, the series based on the DC universe comic, and Mortal Engines, which revolves around a post-apocalyptic world with mobile cities. For the whole family, the dragon in the kettle is added, ideal for the weekend.
The 10 most viewed series and movies
1. Lupine (series)
The series begins where the first part ended. Pursued by Hubert and his henchmen, Assane struggles to find Raoul while trying to come up with a grand plan to expose Pellegrini’s crimes.
The series starring Omar Sy only needed five episodes to become Netflix’s first big hit in 2020.
2. Sweet Thoot (serie)
The story of a boy half human and half deer living in a post-apocalyptic era seems to be one of the most captivating on the platform. It is a sweet story in such a harsh context, because the series introduces the viewer to a post-apocalyptic world in which “the Great Incident” swept the world. Gus (Christian Convery) is one of the many “hybrid” children who were born by him result of a curious virus, and must escape the gaze of some hunters who see a peculiar value in his exotic existence.
3. Dysomnia (film)
After humans lose the ability to sleep, an ex-soldier fights to save her family while chaos takes over society and your mind.
The particularity of the film is that it proposes a different post-apocalypse than what we are used to because of a most particular detail, since something caused all the electronic devices in the world to stop working and also destroyed people’s ability to sleep.
Co-written and directed by Mark Raso, Disomnia features a cast led by Gina Rodriguez, Ariana Greenblatt, Shamier Anderson, Frances Fisher, Finn Jones, Lucius Hoyos, Gil Bellows, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Barry Pepper.
4. The dragon in the kettle (film)
Because everyone has ever dreamed of finding a magical being that grants them wishes, this movie comes to excite and amuse the whole family. Written and directed by Aaron Warner and Chris Bremble, this feature film portrays teenage Din’s friendship with a very special dragon and the adventure they undertake together to reunite the young man with his childhood best friend.
5. Mortal Engines (film)
Christian Rivers directs this post-apocalyptic film, whose screenplay is based on the novel by Philip Reeve.
The story is based on a world where cities were put on wheels, allowing their mobility and causing the hunting of one another. Hera Hilmar, Hugo Weaving and Robert Sheehan are the stars of this film produced in 2018.
6. New rich, new poor (series)
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 according 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.
7. Lucifer (series)
The second installment of the fifth season of the series became all the rage a few days after its premiere, which took place the last week of May. The fiction originally premiered on Fox in 2016, in the United States, but after being among one of the favorites of the moment by the club of series lovers, it arrived on Netflix in 2019. This is about the penultimate season. It is known that, due to the problems to shoot in the middle of the pandemic, the premiere of the sixth and final season could occur at the end of this year or the beginning of next.
Lucifer is about the life of the “fallen angel” (Tom Ellis), who, bored with his own existence in the underworld, decides to leave his kingdom and settle in the city of Los Angeles to discover what the mortal world can offer him. There he opens a distinguished nightclub, “Lux”, and dedicates himself to enjoying what he is most passionate about: wine, women and music. However, his new lifestyle is disrupted when a woman is brutally murdered near his establishment, and suddenly, Lucifer feels that justice must be done.
8. Tragic jungle (film)
To escape an arranged marriage, a woman goes deep into the Mayan jungle, where untamed nature fuses the human with the supernatural.
The story takes place in 1920, on the border between Mexico and Belize, deep in the Mayan jungle, a lawless territory where myths abound. There a group of Mexican chewing gum workers come across Agnes, a mysterious young Belizean. Its presence incites tension between men, awakening their fantasies and desires. Full of new vigor, they face their destiny, not knowing that they woke up Xtabay, a legendary being that lurks in the heart of the jungle.
Indira Rubie Andrewin leads the cast of the film written and directed by award-winning director Yulene Olaizola.
9. Who killed Sara? (Serie)
The Mexican series directed by José Ignacio Valenzuela, Who Killed Sara ?, stars Manolo Cardona and Carolina Miranda. After being unjustly imprisoned for almost 20 years, Alex Guzmán gains his freedom and has the perfect plan to find out why the powerful Lezcano family blamed him for the murder of his own sister. In this way, his objective is to find the true person in charge, although in the second season a new question is added: Who was Sara really?
10. False identity (series)
The second season of a series that gathered many fans in its first installment. The Mexican soap opera stars Diego and Isabel, two strangers who travel to the United States and pretend they are a couple. He, persecuted for drug trafficking and she, for a violent husband.