JustWatch has revealed the most streamed movies and TV shows from October 30 to November 5.

What have you been watching this past week? Let me know in the comment section below.


Barbie has dropped down to second place, finally losing its throne to A Haunting in Venice, which debuted into the top ten list this week. Also dropping out of the top ten since last week is The Burial, Totally Killer, The Devil on Trial, The Captive and Old Dads. Coming into the list this week alongside A Haunting in Venice is John Wick: Chapter 4 (why not? It’s still a good movie), The Super Mario Bros. Movie, which is streaming now on Netflix and Binge, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse and Pain Hustlers, a new Netflix film.

  1. A Haunting in Venice
  2. Barbie
  3. No Hard Feelings
  4. Talk to Me
  5. John Wick: Chapter 4
  6. The Super Mario Bros. Movie
  7. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
  8. The Equalizer 3
  9. Pain Hustlers
  10. Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One

TV Shows

Blink, and they’re gone, with The Fall of the House of Usher disappearing from first place to off to list entirely as we transitioned out of October into November. In its place is The Gilded Age, which premiered its second season on Binge in the last week. The series explores the upper and middle classes in the 1880s and has proven a success for HBO, especially considering it was originally announced as an NBC series.

Rick and MortyOnly Murders in the Building, and Our Flag Means Death also dropped out of the top ten, and in their place, Fellow Travelers (premiered on Paramount+, Shetland (viewers must be catching up ahead of series eight coming to AUS), and Friends as many mourn the loss of Matthew Perry.

  1. The Gilded Age
  2. Fellow Travelers
  3. Lessons in Chemistry
  4. Bodies
  5. Shetland
  6. Gen V
  7. Friends
  8. Annika
  9. Upload
  10. Loki