27 Jan ‘Bridgerton’ Breaks Record as Biggest Netflix Series Ever
Netflix announced that 82 million households have watched the first season of the period romance over its first month of release, up from the original projection that the show would reach around 63 million households.
These numbers beat out the former record holder, “The Witcher,” by six million households. “The Witcher” reached 76 million households in its first 28 days.
Season two of “Bridgerton” was just recently announced, which came at no surprise after the series garnered such a massive amount of attention on social media.
Each book in the series follows a new member of the Bridgerton family, so the second season will focus on Anthony Bridgerton and his adventures in the marriage market, while the stars of season one, Daphne and Simon, will likely take a back seat as they settle into family life.
It seems this accomplishment is one that will surely be the talk of the ton! What are your thoughts on this record break? Drop a comment below and let us know!
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