Netflix says 'Bridgerton' is its biggest series of all time, beating 'The Witcher'
Netflixsaid on Wednesday that " Bridgerton" was its biggest series debut of all time, beating "The Witcher."
- It was watched by 82 million households worldwide in its first month of release.
- It surpassed Netflix's initial projection of 63 million households.
Shonda Rhimes' "Bridgerton" is Netflix's biggest series debut ever, beating the first season of the fantasy hit, "The Witcher."The series, which debuted December 25, was watched by 82 million households worldwide in its first month of release, Netflix said on Wednesday. "The Witcher" season one, which debuted in December 2019, was watched by 76 million households in its first month.
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It marks a major win for Netflix's deal with Rhimes, the superstar producer known for "How to Get Away with Murder" and "Grey's Anatomy." She struck a mega deal with the
Here's how Netflix's top 10 biggest original TV shows looks now, based on first-month viewership numbers the company has released:
- "Bridgerton" season one - 82 million
- "The Witcher" season one - 76 million
- "Lupin" season one - 70 million
- "Money Heist" season four - 65 million
- "Stranger Things" season three - 64 million
- "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" - 64 million
- "The Queen's Gambit" - 62 million
- "You" season two - 54 million
- "Too Hot to Handle" season one - 51 million
- "Ratched" season one - 48 million
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