Netflix Trending Movies And Shows On October 5, 2022

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I will be honest with you upfront, kind reader: the developments we have seen on the Netflix Top 10 this morning are — unlike yesterday — nothing too exciting. The results from the day before boasted a trio of new additions — including two new titles joining the best movies […]

I will be honest with you upfront, kind reader: the developments we have seen on the Netflix Top 10 this morning are — unlike yesterday — nothing too exciting. The results from the day before boasted a trio of new additions — including two new titles joining the best movies on Netflix on the trending page and one entering the ranks among the other popular, great TV shows on Netflix — but no newcomers today. However, we can say that there are a few notable shifts in what is more popular on Netflix (opens in new tab) for Wednesday, October 5, 2022, so let’s get into, shall we?

Dwayne Johnson in Walking Tall

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Top 10 Movies On Netflix In The U.S. – October 5, 2022

Last seen at Number One on Netflix’s Top 10 Movies in the U.S. was the new Gerard Butler movie, Last Seen Alive, which remains in the same spot above returning second place holder Inheritance — which is now followed by 2005’s explosive and funny romantic action movie Mr. & Mrs. Smith after surpassing fellow action-comedy classic Rush Hour. Speaking of, the 2001 sequel to the beloved Jackie Chan movie remains in eighth place since yesterday, but 2010’s Russell Crowe-led Robin Hood is up a peg and the 2009 Land of the Lost reboot found itself jumping from Number Nine to Number Six, where it currently sits above Blonde. Meanwhile, Lou fell a couple pegs as 2004’s Walking Tall — one of the earliest Dwayne Johnson-led movies — remains where it first entered ranks at Number 10.

  • 1. Last Seen Alive
  • 2. Inheritance
  • 3. Mr. & Mrs. Smith
  • 4. Rush Hour
  • 5. Robin Hood
  • 6. Land of the Lost
  • 7. Blonde
  • 8. Rush Hour 2
  • 9. Lou
  • 10. Walking Tall
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