Once again, Netflix has added a new batch of television shows and movies to its extensive library! The following titles, however, have broken records for "Most Streamed" online.

"10 Things I Hate About You"

Released in 1999, “10 Things I Hate About You” is a romantic comedy directed and produced by Gil Junger and featured Julia Stiles, Larisa Oleynik, Heath Ledger, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The script, written by Karen McCullah Lutz, was a modernization of William Shakespeare's comedy “The Taming of the Shrew,” retold in 1990 in the form of a documentary.

Upon its release in March 1999, “10 Things I Hate About You” was number 2 at the domestic box office behind “The Matrix.” It was a moderate critical and financial success. The story revolved around a high school student, Cameron James, who became instantly smitten with popular sophomore Bianca Stratford.

"Girlfriend's Day"

“Girlfriend's Day” is now one of the most-viewed movies on Netflix. This American comedy was directed by Michael Stephenson and penned by Philip Zlotorynski. The film was released on Netflix on February 14, 2017. It featured Bob Odenkirk, Amber Tamblyn, Rich Sommer, Toby Huss, David Sullivan, Hannah Nordberg, and June Diane Raphael in the leading characters.

Netflix acquired global distribution rights to the movie in November 2015.

"No Country for Old Men"

Released in 2007, “No Country for Old Men” was a thriller movie directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, based on a novel of the same name by Cormac McCarthy.

Starring Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem, the film followed a Texas welder and Vietnam veteran in the deserts of 1980 West Texas. “No Country for Old Men” won dozens of awards, including two Filmfare Awards and four British Academy Film Awards. The Guardian's John Patterson stated that the film was "a career peak for the Coen brothers." Scott Foundas from The Village Voice wrote that "Like McCarthy, the Coens were less interested in who got away with the loot than in the primal forces that urged the characters forward.” A.

O. Scott from New York Times praised the performances of its leads. Overall, “No Country for Old Men” received mixed reviews from audiences and critics.