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“Bridgerton” Season 2 has landed the title of Netflix’s third-most popular English-language TV series — a list that is calculated based on shows’ first 28 days on the streaming service — in just 17 days.
Per Netflix’s newly released Top 10 data for April 4-10, “The series had 115.75M hours viewed on the English TV list, appearing in the Top 10 in 91 countries, making it the most viewed title for the third week in a row. The season also entered the Most Popular list at #3 with 560.50M hours viewed. Shondaland now holds three spots on the Most Popular list with Bridgerton (Seasons 1 & 2) and Inventing Anna.“
See Netflix’s new “Most Popular” English-language TV series rankings below.
For the weekly rankings, “Bridgerton” Season 2 easily topped all other English-language TV series again with 115.7 million hours viewed between April 4-10. In a very distant second place was new dating series “The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On” (43.7 million hours) and third was the first season of “Bridgerton” (35.8 million hours). At No. 4 was recently dropped limited series “Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story” (17.7 million hours) and coming in fifth was “Inventing Anna” (17.3 million hours). “Better Call Saul” fans catching up on Season 5 ahead of the AMC series’ Season 6 premiere this month made it the sixth-most watched English-language TV title of the week (15 million hours). The rest of the Top 10 included, in order, “Is It Cake?” Season 1 (14.8 million hours), “Super Pupz” Season 1 (13.8 million hours), “The Last Kingdom” Season 5 (13 million hours) and “CoComelon” Season 5 (12.6 million hours).
On the film side, “The In Between” dethroned reigning champ “The Adam Project” as the most-watch English language movie (26.8 million hours vs. 10.9 million hours).
For non-English titles, “Elite” Season 5 debuted at No. 1 on the TV series list with 51.4 million hours viewed and “Furioza” was the first-place film (24 million hours).
See Netflix’s weekly Top 10 lists below for April 4 to April 10, beginning with English-language TV shows followed by non-English-language series, then films and concluding with non-English-language movies.
Variety's Jennifer Maas contributed to this post.