Enola Holmes is One of the Most Successful Netflix Movies Ever

Enola Holmes is One of the Most Successful Netflix Movies Ever

Enola Holmes is among the elite movies in Netflix history.

Netflix looks to have prematurely announced its Top 10 most-watched original films back in July since the list looks entirely different after the streaming giants launched a string of big titles over the summer, all of which have now proved to be one of the most successful in-house projects ever.

The ratings are further likely to change soon, with Adam Sandler undoubtedly bound to dominate with his new comedy Hubie Halloween, while Aaron Sorkin‘s The Trial of the Chicago 7 is presently the most viewed movie in the gallery. It shouldn’t come as a shock to learn Enola Holmes is meeting the hype.

The lauded fictional adaptation has been smashing records for the last few weeks, soaring to the number one spot in 78 countries around the world and riding immense hype, publicity, and admiration to massive numbers of audiences.

Netflix has now officially disclosed the data, and Millie Bobby Brown‘s loveable portrayal of Enola Holmes was watched by 76 million households over the course of a month.

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Sherlock’s sister was barely beaten by Charlize Theron‘s The Old Guard, which had 78 million views but was still clear of Jamie Foxx‘s Superhero Blockbuster Project Power. To offer you an idea of how strong Netflix has been for a year, 6 of their top 10 originals have all premiered since March. Check out the complete list below:

Extraction – 99 million
Bird Box – 89 million
Spenser Confidential – 85 million
6 Underground – 83 million
The Old Guard – 78 million
Enola Holmes – 76 Million
Project Power – 75 Million
Murder Mystery – 73 million
The Kissing Booth 2 – 66 million
The Irishman – 64 million

Director Harry Bradbeer said he is looking forward to making five more sequels and judging by how successful Enola Holmes is, there’s a good possibility he’s going to get that opportunity.

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