Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.
Nearly every day, there's at least one post I always see on social media: What's good to watch on Netflix? Despite all the money and time invested in creating a recommendation engine and a library of content that should be able to satisfy anyone, people still can't find something to watch and just want a recommendation from someone else. Or, they want to get in on something with built-in popularity that makes for good discussion -- even if the quality is questionable (see Love is Blind and its highly anticipated season finale later this week).
Now, nearly a year after CEO Reed Hastings said his company will lean more into sharing viewer data, Netflix has launched Top 10 lists worldwide. They're specific to each country and update every day across three lists: overall top ten, top TV shows and top movies. Are they interesting enough to cure boredom and keep viewers from clicking over to another app? It's hard to tell, but the thing I can't explain is how two holiday-themed movies (Grinch and A Bad Mom's Christmas) snuck on to Tuesday's top list in late February. Y'all are weird.