With 128 million hours of viewing, “The Sandman” dominates Netflix’s top 10, while “Never Have I Ever” Season 3 comes in at number two.

Neil Gaiman’s “The Sandman” received 127.5 million hours of viewing on Netflix during its first full week of availability, making it the most-watched title on the service’s most recent Top 10 rankings. Following its debut last week with 69.5 million hours, the series is again at the top of the chart this week for the watching window of August 8–14.


The third season of the Mindy Kaling-produced teen comedy “Never Have I Ever” opened at No. 2 and received 55 million hours of viewing in its first three days. The third season of “Locke & Key,” created by “Lost” showrunner Carlton Cuse in collaboration with Meredith Averill and Aron Eli Coleite, debuted after it. In its first five days of availability, 38.4 million hours of the drama were watched.


Fourth place went to Season 4 of “Stranger Things,” which garnered 35.3 million hours of viewing time between August 8 and 14. Since the two episodes that make up Volume 2’s premiered on July 1, the season had been available for six full weeks. Between May 27, when Volume 1 debuted, and July 18–24, when “Virgin River” debuted its fourth season, “Stranger Things” Season 4 held the top spot for seven weeks. There was an interruption from June 20–26 due to “The Umbrella Academy” Season 3’s release. The fourth season of “Stranger Things” subsequently fell to second place for two weeks before rising to fourth place last week during the Aug. 1–7 period. Additionally, none of the prior seasons of the series have appeared on the chart since the week before Season 4 debuted.


With 29.6 million hours watched, “Virgin River” Season 4 is still on the list at No. 5. Due to its recent inclusion to Netflix in India, Latin America, and the Nordic nations, “Manifest” also continues to be in the Top 10 after making a comeback during the July 4–10 window. The third season of the programme debuted at No. 6 this week (28.4 million hours), followed by Season 2 at No. 9 (18.7 million), and Season 3 at No. 10. (18.1 million).


“I Just Killed My Dad” took the No. 7 spot after receiving 26.2 million hours of viewing time in its first six days of release. “Keep Breathing,” a limited-edition thriller series, debuted at No. 3 during the viewing week of July 25–31 and finished second the previous week, putting it in eighth position with 20.9 million hours viewed.


English-language series are listed first, then non-English-language TV shows, then English-language movies, and finally non-English-language movies on Netflix’s Top 10 lists for the week of August 8–14.