TV Time, the popular television and film tracking app, has released its list for the Most-Watched TV Shows of Winter 2022, where Netflix’s The Witcher has beaten Euphoria Season 2 and Attack on Titan Season 4 to take the top spot following the release of its second season in December 2021.
It doesn’t come as a shock that the Henry Cavill led TV series has come out on top of the list, considering both the seasons of The Witcher are among the Top 10 Most-Watched English TV Shows of All-Time on Netflix. The Witcher Season 3 is currently in production in Croatia.
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Euphoria might not be one of the better shows to have come out this year, but its popularity and impact on the social media landscape are undeniable. So, it’s hardly a surprise that Euphoria finds itself in the second spot on the list as it returned with its sophomore season earlier this year.
Emily in Paris also returned with its second season in late December and is currently in the third spot. The Netflix Original has been renewed for two more seasons, and the series-lead Lily Collins recently confirmed that the third season of the show is currently being filmed in Paris.
Most Popular TV Shows of 2022 So Far: Attack on Titan Season 4 on the Top 5.
Attack on Titan Season 4 has been the Most-Watched Anime in the world according to TV Time and is also the Fourth Most-Watched TV Show of 2022 so far.
Attack on Titan has been a global sensation ever since the anime first premiered in 2013. The final season only escalates everything by tenfolds and goes bigger than ever.
Attack on Titan Season 4 depicts a haunting portrayal of racism, humanity, and the cycle of violence. With stakes higher than ever, confrontations that are bone-chilling and Isayama’s genius storytelling displaying an intricately woven concept where each plot point acts as a node knitting the story together. The anime is nothing less than a masterpiece, and it hardly is a surprise why the series is so beloved and highly regarded by the mainstream audience.
Part 2 of Attack on Titan Season 4 ended on April 3 with the 87th episode of the series as the anime is set to wrap up its run with a third and final part next year that will cover the remaining nine chapters of the manga series.
The Office is the only sitcom on the top half of the list. The beloved NBC hit has been the Fifth Most-Watched TV show of 2022 so far, according to TV Time.
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Even after 18 seasons and 400 episodes, Grey’s Anatomy has remained consistent year after year, both on American network television and on the global streaming platforms as well. The popular medical drama is in the sixth spot on the list.
In a similar fashion, One Piece, which has aired over 1000 episodes, is the seventh Most-Watched TV Show of 2022 so far, as it also continues to be one of the most dominant and popular titles around the world.
Cobra Kai which returned with its latest season on new year’s eve, is also amongst the Top 10 and is in the eighth spot. Meanwhile, Demon Slayer is the only other anime on the list and is in the 10th place. The series has become a cultural sensation in Japan and is also one of the biggest anime titles in the world, thanks to its simple story and breathtaking animation.
The list featured plenty of notable Network and Veteran TV Shows, with NBC and Netflix Originals dominating the list, bagging five shows each in the Top 20. You can see the full list below.
Most-Popular TV Shows of Winter 2022, TV Time Binge Report:
- “The Witcher” (Netflix)
- “Euphoria” (HBO)
- “Emily in Paris” (Netflix)
- “Attack on Titan” (NHK)
- “The Office” (NBC)
- “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC)
- “One Piece” (Fuji TV)
- “Cobra Kai” (Netflix)
- “Ozark” (Netflix)
- “Demon Slayer:Kimetsu no Yaiba” (Fuji TV)
- “The Book of Boba Fett” (Disney+)
- “The Walking Dead” (AMC)
- “This is Us” (NBC)
- “Dexter: New Blood” (SHOWTIME)
- “Superstore” (NBC)
- “Snowpiercer” (TNT)
- “The Good Doctor” (ABC)
- “Money Heist” (Netflix)
- “The Blacklist” (NBC)
- “Brooklyn 99” (NBC).
Source: TV Time.
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