As ‘Selling Sunset’ Season 5 Tops Netflix, Reality TV’s Influence Seeps Into Its Foundations

Selling Sunset season 5

As ‘Selling Sunset’ Season 5 Tops Netflix, Reality TV’s Influence Seeps Into Its Foundations

Nowadays when you launch Netflix to get a chance at its most popular series, there is a 50/50 chance that you are going to see some kind of reality show at the top of its charts. This past month, it’s been like 2 out of 3 chances.

Netflix discovered what the network and cable TV discovered two decades ago, that making reality TVs is extremely cheap but at the same time widely viewed if you bring enough series to hold some of them.

And Netflix has been doing just that lately, and why many of its highest-profile shows are now reality series like Selling Sunset, which came out as Netflix’s # 1 show with the new Season 5 episode, and will remain there until next week of Ozark’s last half-season. unseats.

Selling Sunset season 5

Looking at the numbers in the US, some sort of reality or real crime-based series has been the # 1 show on 14 Netflix sites in the last 23 days. Over the past few months, we’ve watched all of the following top Netflix from anywhere from a few days to a week:

  • Selling Sunset (Workplace Drama)

  • Conversation with a Killer: John Wayne Gassi Tapes (True Crime)

  • The Ultimatum: Marry or Move (Romance)

  • Is it a cake? (Baking)

  • Bad Vegan: Fame. Cheating. Fugitive (true crime)

  • Love blind (romance)

  • Worst Roommate (True Crime)

 

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