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Google yearbook: which were the most searched movies and series

Google yearbook: which were the most searched movies and series
December 11, 2023 – 15:26

Google’s 2023 lists, released Monday, are based on data on the most popular searches.

It is not surprising: the “Barbenheimer led movie searches in Google of the year in the main trends, while the adaptation of the dystopian video game of HBO “The Last of Us” came in first place on the television front.

Google’s 2023 lists, released Monday, are based on data on the most popular searches, and track the queries that had the biggest spikes in traffic over a sustained period this year compared to 2022.

In TV, Netflix performed well, with seven of the 10 most popular searches in the streamer’s originals category: “Ginny & Georgia,” “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story,” “Wednesday,” “That ’90s Show,” “Kaleidoscope,” “Beef” and “The Fall of the House of Usher”.

After “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer”the most popular movie searches on Google were “Sound of Freedom”this summer’s unexpected and controversial box office hit, and the Oscar winner “Everything Everywhere All at Once”.

The number one most trending actor searched among Google users was Jeremy Rennerwho suffered a near-fatal accident with a snowplow in January.

These are the most searched movies and series on Google during 2023

Films

  1. Barbie
  2. Oppenhiemer
  3. Sound of Freedom
  4. Everything Everywhere All at Once
  5. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
  6. The Super Mario Bros. Movie
  7. Creed III
  8. John Wick: Chapter 4
  9. Five Nights at Freddy’s
  10. Cocaine Bear

series

  1. The Last of Us
  2. Ginny & Georgia
  3. Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
  4. Daisy Jones & The Six
  5. Wednesday
  6. That ’90s Show
  7. Kaleidoscope
  8. Beef
  9. The Idol
  10. The fall of the house of Usher

Source: Ambito

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