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Netflix launches daily Top 10 list, so you can find out what everyone's watching

Netflix launches daily Top 10 list, so you can find out what everyone's watching
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Netflix has announced a new feature which will let you see the most popular shows in your country. The new Top 10 list will update daily and feature the most popular titles overall, as well as having separate listings for shows and movies depending on what you're looking for.

The Top 10 list will appear as a row, much like the 'Watch It Again', 'Continue Watching' and 'Netflix Original' rows, and its positioning on your home page will depend on how relevant the titles are to you.

What's more, titles which appear on the Top 10 list will also appear on other lists with a 'Top 10' badge. Given that our Netflix review found that its suggestion algorithm could use some work, this is a welcome feature from the streaming giant, which is one of the best TV streaming services out there.

Netflix's Top 10 row will be updated daily to feature the most popular shows in your country

Netflix's Top 10 row will be updated daily to feature the most popular shows in your country (Image credit: Netflix)

Speaking about the new Top 10 feature, Netflix's Cameron Johnson said "when you watch a great movie or TV show, you share it with family and friends, or talk about it at work, so other people can enjoy it too."

"We hope these Top 10 lists will help create more of these shared moments, while also helping all of us find something to watch more quickly and easily." 

The top title on the first day of Netflix's new feature goes to dating reality TV series "Love Is Blind", and was followed by political thriller film, “The Last Thing He Wanted”. You can check out the full list of Netflix's most popular titles in the U.S. below.

Netflix’s Top 10 Titles in the U.S. Today:

  • Love Is Blind
  • The Last Thing He Wanted
  • Narcos: Mexico
  • Locke & Key
  • The Foreigner
  • To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You
  • Babies
  • Girl on the Third Floor
  • A Bad Moms Christmas
  • Better Call Saul

Netflix has recently been facing stiff competition from new rival Disney Plus, which hit 28.6 million subscribers within its first few months. Although this is still far off Netflix’s 167 million worldwide subscribers, Disney Plus sign up statistics are set to catch up once it launches in the U.K. next month. The new feature will hopefully keep users hooked on unique Netflix movies and TV series, as well as giving them an idea of what to watch next when they've finished a show.