Movies

Box office

1. “Come Play” ($3.1 million)

2. “Honest Thief” ($1.3 million)

3. “The War with Grandpa” ($1.2 million)

4. “Tenet” ($885,000)

5. “The Empty Man” ($577,351)

6. “Hocus Pocus” ($456,000)

7. “The Nightmare Before Christmas” ($386,000)

8. “Halloween” ($274,000)

9. “Monsters, Inc.” ($232,000)

10. “Spell” ($210,000)

Watched at Home

1. “After We Collided”

2. “Back to the Future Trilogy”

3. “Ava”

4. “Harry Potter: Complete 8-Film Collection”

5. “Hocus Pocus”

6. “Yellowstone: Season Three”

7. “Yellowstone: Season One”

8. “Yellowstone: Season Two”

9. “Beetlejuice”

10. “The Secret: Dare to Dream”

Music

Hot tunes

1. “Positions” - Ariana Grande

2. “Forever After All” - Luke Combs

3. “Mood” — 24kGoldn featuring iann dior

4. “Laugh Now Cry Later” — Drake featuring Lil Durk

5. “Blinding Lights” — The Weeknd

6. “I Hope” — Gabby Barrett

7. “WAP” — Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion

8. “Savage Love” — Jawish 685 x Jason Derulo

9. “Lemonade” - Internet Money and Gunna featuring Don Toliver and NAV

10. “Holy” - Justin Bieber featuring Chance The Rapper

Top Country

1. “Love You Like I Used To” - Russell Dickerson

2. “Everywhere But On” - Matt Stell

3. “More Than My Hometown” - Morgan Wallen

4. “Happy Anywhere” - Blake Shelton/Gwenn Stefani

5. “Got What I Got” - Jason Aldean

6. “One Beer” - Hardy featuring Lauren Alaina and Devin Dawson

7. “Some Girls” - Jameson Rodgers

8. “Big, Big Plans” - Chris Lane

9. “Pretty Heart” - Parker McCollum

10. “Ain’t Always The Cowboy” - Jon Pardi

Books

1. “Greenlights” - Matthew McConaughey

2. “Dog Man: Grime and Punishment: From the Creator of Captain Underpants (Dog Man #9), Volume 9” — Dav Pilkey

3. “A Time for Mercy” - John Grisham

4. “A Republic Under Assault, Volume 3: The Left’s Ongoing Attack on American Freedom” - Tom Fitton

5. “Modern Comfort Food” - Ina Garten

6. “Room on the Broom” - Julia Donaldson

7. “The Return” - Nicholas Sparks

8. “Untamed” - Glennon Doyle

9. “Hallmark Channel Countdown to Christmas: Have a Very Merry Movie Holiday” - Caroline McKenzie

10. “Midnight Sun” - Stephenie Meyer

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