Netflix is bringing in the New Year by showing subscribers which new titles they watched the most. 

On Monday, Netflix released its top 10 most popular releases of 2019. Topping the list is Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston's comedy, Murder Mystery. The movie was followed by the third season of Stranger Things and the film 6 Underground. The Irishman, The Umbrella Academy, and Triple Frontier also made the list. 

Along with their overall selections, Netflix also narrowed down the most popular titles for the streaming service's various categories. Dave Chappelle's Sticks and Stones was Netflix's most popular standup release of 2019, while Raising Dion was this year's top family series. 

Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes was the most-watched documentary, and Mighty Little Bheem was Netflix's most popular international release in the U.S.

Netflix didn't include viewership stats with these standings. A Netflix spokeswoman told Variety that the titles were not calculated by the total number of views, but the total number of households to stream an individual title for at least two minutes during the first 28 days of its debut. It also used projections for titles that have not been available for 28 days to see where they stack up against other releases.