Bridgerton continues to have a Ton of fans.
Season 2 of the Shondaland period drama amassed 193 million hours viewed in its first three days of release, setting a Netflix record for the opening weekend of an English-language series.
(Part 5 of Spain’s) Money Heistwhich racked up 201.9 million hours viewed last September, still holds the title for all Netflix series, THR.com notes.)
And as people played catch-up, Season 1 of Bridgerton totaled north of 32 million hours viewed in the same weekend.
Netflix also reports that Bridgerton topped its Top 10 chart in no fewer than 92 countries.
TVLine readers gave the rom-drama’s sophomore season an average grade of “B +,” compared to Season 1’s “A-.”
Placing second this past weekend in Netflix’s self-reported tally was the freshman serving of the Mikey Day-hosted Is It Cake? (spoiler: it usually is!), with nearly 49 million hours viewed.
Bridgerton Season 1 still claims No. 1 all-time slot among English-language Netflix series, with 625 million hours viewed in its first 28 days of release, followed by Stranger Things 3 (582 million hours) and The Witcher Season 1 (541 million).
Squid Game dominates that all-time chart, though, with nearly 1.7 billion hours viewed in its first 28 days of release.