Anime takes four of the top four spots in the Netflix Weekly Global Chart, which is dominated by Japanese and Korean series.
Four of the top ten streaming anime series were Japanese. Netflix's latest worldwide non-English-language show chart. "Sintonia," a fourth-season Brazilian teen crime drama, topped the week July 24-30.
Japanese animation has traditionally drawn Asian audiences. Animated films made up four of the top five Japanese theatrical box office spots last year, and multi-territory streaming has increased their popularity and reach.
"Baki Hanma: Season 2" entered the Netflix weekly chart in second place with 6 million views and 33 million hours viewed. The streamer said the action-crime series was in 80 nations' top ten.
The popular manga-based animated series will return for a third season.In its third week, "My Happy Marriage" ranked sixth with 2.7 million views and 4.3 million viewing hours.
In its third week, "Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead" ranked ninth with 1.8 million views and 2.1 million hours watched.
"Jujutsu Kaisen: Season 2" finished tenth with 1.6 million views and 2.6 million hours.The "Zom 100" anime's continuous chart position suggests anticipation for Netflix Japan's Thursday live-action film of the same name.
Asian live-action content also topped three other weekly charts.
In its seventh week, Korean romance comedy "King the Land" fell to third with 4 million views. Korean army action series "D.P. Season 2" debuted fifth in Asia.
Japanese mystery drama "Burn the House Down" placed eighth with 2 million views and 12.8 million hours viewed. It made 25 top ten lists, 11 of which were Latin American.