The Top 10 Titles Trending on Netflix and Disney+ for the Week of November 5, 2021




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If there’s one thing we’ve learned from tracking the top trending titles on Netflix and Disney+, it’s that one has pretty high turn over and the other’s viewer favorites seem to remain consistent. Can you guess which one is which?

Overall, Netflix has significantly more new content arriving weekly compared to Disney+. This means a lot more variety in its top trending titles each week. Today, The Harder They Fall is the No.1 trending title on Netflix. The film stars Idris Elba and an all-star cast in a fictional Western about two rival groups, the Nat Love and the Rufus Buck gangs.

You is still trending at No. 2 as viewers get through all 10 episodes to see who else becomes a casualty or obsession of the Goldbergs. Number three is a not a Netflix Original, but a classic from nearly 10 years ago 21 Jump Street starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill as everyone’s favorite teenage cops. Squid Game has stayed strong on the list of what’s trending but has now been bumped to fourth place.

  1. The Harder They Fall
  2. You
  3. 21 Jump Street
  4. Squid Game
  5. Army of Thieves
  6. Colin in Black and White
  7. Maid
  8. CoComelon
  9. Locke & Key
  10. Replicas

As we mentioned, Disney+ has a more predictable lineup of what’s trending each week. Adults love the classic cartoon The Simpsons and with 30+ season available, there’s plenty to stream making it the top title each week. Bluey has proved to be a fan favorite for children and adults alike, while Mickey Mouse Clubhouse remains a staple for preschool age kids to play on loop.

Today also sees the addition of the Doogie Houser reboot Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. in ninth place, rounded out by Frozen II.

  1. The Simpsons
  2. Bluey
  3. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  4. Luca
  5. Moana
  6. Black Widow
  7. Coco
  8. Frozen
  9. Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.
  10. Frozen II

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