The Black Book becomes the 10th Most Watched Film in Netflix.

The Black Book becomes the 10th Most Watched Film in Netflix.

After a great performance in its first two weeks, The Black Book has slipped to 10th place on Netflix’s list of the most watched English films worldwide.

The crime thriller had 3.7 million views overall between October 2, 2023, and October 8, 2023, for a total of 7.7 million hours of. Viewing.

The number of hours watched decreased from 21.3 million hours from 11.2 million total views between September 25, 2023 and October 1, 2023, when it was in third place in its second week. Of distribution.

The crime thriller debuted on the chart in its first week, ranking fourth with 11.6 million hours watched out of 5.6 million total views. It continues to be the highest charting African title on Netflix despite the third week decline.

The total number of nations where the movie is still available to stream makes up the ranking. South Korea, the United States of America, the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, Guadeloupe, Jamaica, Kenya, Martinique. Panama, Poland, Romania, Venezuela, and Nigeria are all experiencing. Substantial sales of it.

The Black Book, which has the entire globe talking, relates the tale of a dad whose son is falsely blamed for kidnapping and died as a result. The father, who retired from a troubled moreover past and became a deacon, decides to take matters into his own hands and fight a corrupt police. Gang and a mysterious organization to. Clear his son’s record.

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Richard Mofe-Damijo, Denola Grey, Olumide Oworu, Sam Dede, Alex Usifo, Ireti Doyle, Patrick Doyle, Shaffy Bello, and more. Seasoned actors are among the great cast members of this movie. Due to its action-packed and surprise opening scene, it was impossible to recommend. The movie.

The main cast, which is comprised of Richard Mofe-Damijo, Olumide Oworu, Sam Dede, Shaffy Bello, Iretiola Doyle, Taiwo Ajayi. Lycett, Ade Laoye, Ikechukwu Onunaku, Patrick Doyle, and Bimbo Manuel, is produced by Anakle Films and directed by. Editi Effiong.


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