Netflix Trending Movies And Shows On October 20, 2022

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To end up on the Netflix Top 10, sometimes all it takes is the casting of a few A-listers, of which The School for Good and Evil cast is chock full. Thus, it is no wonder that the YA fantasy novel adaptation starring Charlize Theron and Kerry Washington has found […]

To end up on the Netflix Top 10, sometimes all it takes is the casting of a few A-listers, of which The School for Good and Evil cast is chock full. Thus, it is no wonder that the YA fantasy novel adaptation starring Charlize Theron and Kerry Washington has found a place among the great movies on Netflix’s trending page just a day after its debut. There is also some new and intriguing activity going on among the most popular and best TV shows on Netflix, so let’s take a deeper look at what people are watching most on Netflix (opens in new tab) for Thursday, October 20, 2022 in today’s breakdown.

The School For Good And Evil cast

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Top 10 Movies On Netflix In The U.S. – October 20, 2022

Leading the pack on Netflix’s Top 10 Movies in the U.S. is a trio of the platform’s own new original films — The School for Good and Evil, The Curse of Bridge Hollow, and Luckiest Girl Alive — as Josh Duhamel’s Blackout descends to fourth place above Dracula Untold. The hit animated musical from 2021, Sing 2, also descended just one peg down, bringing it closer to a fellow Illumination Entertainment sequel — the second of the the Despicable Me movies — while another animated favorite — non-comic-book-inspired superhero movie, Megamind — sits between them. Last seen in ninth place was Last Seen Alive, which now rounds out the bottom under Zac Efron-led 17 Again.

  • 1. The School for Good and Evil
  • 2. The Curse of Bridge Hollow
  • 3. Luckiest Girl Alive
  • 4. Blackout
  • 5. Dracula Untold
  • 6. Sing 2
  • 7. Megamind
  • 8. Despicable Me 2
  • 9. 17 Again
  • 10. Last Seen Alive
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