Netflix has been keeping viewers up to date on its most popular movies with its new top ten websites. Every week, Netflix informs us which movies and series its subscribers have spent most watching. Netflix’s originals are frequently at the top of the list. But this isn’t always the case. It’s not just a Netflix original, it first debuted on Hulu last month.
Mother/Android is now available to watch on Netflix.
Mattson Tomlin wrote and directed the sci-fi thriller Mother/Android. He previously contributed to the scripting of Matt Reeves’ The Batman and created the script for Netflix’s Project Power. Tomlin directs Mother/Android, which stars Chloe Grace Moretz as a soon-to-be mother and Algee Smith as her lover.
Ral Castillo (Looking) also has a big part as a scientist attempting to assist the couple during an android rebellion. Before you begin searching for Mother/Android on Netflix, keep in mind that it is not accessible in all countries. Last March, Hulu acquired US distribution rights. On December 17th, 2021, the film was released on the service for the first time.
To watch Mother/Android in the United States, you’ll need a Hulu membership. Netflix acquired worldwide streaming rights, meaning the film will be available to Netflix customers in most other countries starting January 7th, 2022. As thrilling as Tomlin’s sudden climb in the film industry may be, reviewers have been critical of Mother/Android.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the movie presently has a 32 percent approval rating. The audience rating is significantly lower, at 26%. The Wall Street Journal panned it for its “large helpings of violence, suffering, and unhappiness. That hasn’t stopped the movie’s massive international audience, which has discovered it on Netflix.
Last week, subscribers watched the film for slightly around 30 million hours. Don’t Look Up was the only Netflix film with a greater viewership, with 58 million hours watched. There are lots of post-apocalyptic thrillers on Netflix if you’re searching for something to watch after Mother/Android (or something similar if you’re in the US). Cargo, a Netflix original starring Martin Freeman (The Office, The Hobbit), is a wonderful choice that reviews praised.