The numbers are in! The top 10 Netflix Original movies were recently revealed by the streamer and it looks like viewers have been doing some hardcore binge-watching. You might even be surprised to learn that the first place film has nearly 100 million viewers despite some pretty poor ratings.\nThough the streaming platform normally keeps numbers and statistics under lock and key, they recently shared the 10 biggest original films including the view count.\nAccording to Comic Book, the list doesn't count the total viewers of all time but ranks the number of times the movie was streamed during its first four weeks on the platform.\nIn the last place is Noah Centineo led The Perfect Date with 48 million views despite a low audience score of 37% on Rotten Tomatoes.\nNinth place goes to the sci-fi horror flick The Platform that got 56 million users hooked and impressed audiences with a 71% rating.\nDavid Spade's The Wrong Missy recently premiered on the steamer and racked in 59 million viewers despite flopping in the ratings with a 52% score.\nBack in 2019, Ben Affleck and Charlie Hunnam shared the screen in Triple Frontier which got 63 million people watching, despite a mediocre 55% rating.\nAt three-and-a-half hours long, an impressive 86% score, and tons of famous faces comes The Irishman which got 64 million people glued to their couches for hours.\nHalfway down the list is Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston's Murder Mystery with 73 million viewers, even though ratings are in the 40% field.\nFourth place goes to Vancouver-born Ryan Reynold's 6 Underground. It debuted just before Christmas last year and amassed 83 million viewers who rated it an average 60% with a mere 36% on the Tomatometer.\nTime for the top three! Mark Wahlberg's Spenser Confidential racked up 85 million viewers once again despite a poor 53% rating.\nRemember back in January 2019 when Sandra Bullock's Bird Box was the talk of the town? It stands strong in second place with 89 million views, earning a 57% audience rating.\nLucky first place is awarded to Chris Hemsworth's Extraction that recently premiered in April and got a whopping 99 million watching it. That high turnout comes despite a 68% on the Tomatometer and 69% audience score.\nThese impressive numbers might blow your mind, but Comic Book notes that Netflix counts a view from anyone that turns on a show or movie and watches it for just two minutes, so these aren't all viewers who watched the films from start to finish.