It's that time of the year again: Wikipedia has once again revealed what we were all (some of us secretly) looking up over the past 12 months. The online encyclopedia shared their list of the top 50 searches of 2017, which is an interesting insight to the current state of pop culture.

The report includes blockbuster movies, political figures, historical events and...a certain dark entity that goes bump in the night. Topping the list is Deaths in 2017 with 37,387,010 views. It peaked on November 20 following Charles Manson's death (he landed at No. 34). Donald Trump takes second place, getting 29,644,764 views while peaking on January 20 after his presidential inauguration. Rounding out the top five is Queen Elizabeth II who scored 19,290,956 views (she peaked when Netflix dropped the second season of The Crown), Game of Thrones Season 7 (18,792,746 views) and Meghan Markle (16,944,130 views).

Other highlights from the list include Bitcoin at No. 9 (15,026,561 views), the It movie at No. 12 (14,539,123 views), Gal Gadot at No. 15 (14,034,958 views), Jordan Peele's Get Out at No. 27 (11,618,096 views), Millennials at No. 29 (11,462,874 views and Pablo Escobar at No. 41 (10,422,263 views). The list also shows our love for Star Wars, other Netflix series like 13 Reasons Why and superhero films from Marvel and DC. Check out Wikipedia's full report of 2017's top searches below:

1. Deaths in 2017 (37,387,010)
2. Donald Trump (29,644,764)
3. Elizabeth II (19,290,956)
4. Game of Thrones (season 7) (18,792,746)
5. Meghan Markle (16,944,130)
6. Game of Thrones (16,833,302)
7. List of Bollywood films of 2017 (16,391,427)
8. United States (15,763,915)
9. Bitcoin (15,026,561)
10. 13 Reasons Why (14,934,202)
11. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (14,607,282)
12. It (14,539,123)
13. Queen Victoria (14,164,451)
14. List of highest-grossing Indian films (14,091,348)
15. Gal Gadot (14,034,958)
16. Logan (14,030,384)
17. Riverdale (13,360,398)
18. 2017 in film (13,298,613)
19. Stranger Things (13,132,129)
20. Wonder Woman (13,062,375)
21. Dwayne Johnson (12,444,987)
22. Star Wars: The Last Jedi (12,442,644)
23. Justice League (12,048,341)
24. Elon Musk (11,968,362)
25. Facebook (11,851,106)
26. Cristiano Ronaldo (11,640,221)
27. Get Out (11,618,096)
28. India (11,571,438)
29. Millennials (11,462,874
30. Barack Obama (11,421,965)
31. YouTube (11,322,747)
32. O. J. Simpson (11,301,016)
33. Conor McGregor (11,265,283)
34. Charles Manson (11,131,106)
35. Ed Sheeran (11,010,941)
36. Melania Trump (10,788,288)
37. Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon (10,758,796)
38. Split (10,483,770)
39. Thor: Ragnarok (10,443,757)
40. Floyd Mayweather Jr. (10,432,043)
41. Pablo Escobar (10,422,263)
42. World War II (10,347,358)
43. Spider-Man: Homecoming (10,289,999)
44. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (10,217,057)
45. Star Wars (10,196,172)
46. Ariana Grande (10,100,281)
47. Dunkirk (9,987,866)
48. Adolf Hitler (9,872,486)
49. Google (9,829,170)
50. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (9,771,127)