Here’s what the UAE was watching on Netflix in 2019

The most-streamed content this year

Here’s what the UAE was watching on Netflix in 2019

We fondly remember the days of having to be in front of the TV at a specific time and date to see a TV show, and then the long one-week wait for the next episode.

It was a simpler time, the Internet was something that plugged into the wall and a phone that didn’t have a chord seemed a fanciful concept.

We realise we sound ancient but technology has moved on dramatically in a short space of time.

But as much as we loved that, we love on demand TV more. With streaming services we’re watching content all the time with binges at home, on the go and just about at any time we have some spare time.

It’s been another great year when it comes to films, series and more and there has been loads on Netflix for us to enjoy in 2019.

Want to know what the most-streamed shows, films and comedy specials were in the UAE in 2019? Well, you’ve come to the right place.

Here’s what we've all been watching in the UAE on the streaming service during 2019.

Overall top ten most streamed:
• Murder Mystery
• 6 Underground
• The Irishman
• The Witcher
• Triple Frontier
• Isn’t It Romantic?
• Money Heist: Part 3
• Tall Girl
• The Perfect Date
• Falling Inn Love

Top non-fiction:
• Tidying Up with Marie Kondo
• Awake: The Million Dollar Game
• My Next Guest with David Letterman
• You vs. Wild
• Interior Design Masters
• Selling Sunset
• Rust Valley Restorers
• Prank Encounters
• Sugar Rush

Top comedy specials:
• Kevin Hart: Irresponsible
• Dave Chappelle: Sticks and Stones
• Gabriel Iglesias: One Show Fits All
• Amy Schumer: Growing
• Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho
• Jo Koy: Comin’ In Hot
• Bill Burr: Paper Tiger
• Aziz Ansari: Right Now
• Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself
• Comedians of the World: Middle East

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