‘Bridgerton’ Season 3 Becomes Netflix’s 10th Biggest English-Language Series Ever With 91.9 Million Views So Far

Season 3 of “Bridgerton” has officially joined the list of Netflix’s most popular titles of all time.

With a cumulative 91.9 million views since May 16 premiere, the season rank at No. 10 on the all time English-language TV chart, which Netflix measures based on views during each title’s first 91 days of streaming. This total was calculated on June 30, only 45 days after May 16, meaning the season can — and will — continue to climb higher.

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Not only did “Bridgerton” Season 3 achieve all-time status quickly — it could have done so even quicker. Because the season was released in two segments, it wasn’t eligible for the Most Popular list until after June 13, when the final four episodes were released, at which point its viewership total was reset, as Netflix calculates views by dividing total stream time by runtime. But by June 9, the first four episodes had hit 88.9 views on their own, which at the time was enough to make the chart.

“Bridgerton” Season 2 ranks as the No. 9 biggest English-language series ever with 93.8 million views in its first 91 days, and is closely clustered behind “Stranger Things” Season 3, limited series “Fool Me Once” and “The Night Agent” Season 1. “Bridgerton” Season 3 will likely overtake at least one of those titles by next week. Season 1 of “Bridgerton” ranks much higher at No. 4 with 113.3 million views, but it’s still plausible that Season 3 could beat it by the time its 91 days are up.

The previous No. 10 most-popular title was “Baby Reindeer,” which landed on the chart after the June 3-9 viewing window and is still within its first 91 days of streaming.

Unsurprisingly, “Bridgerton” Season 3 was also the most-watched TV title of the June 24-30 viewing window with 6.6 million views, though it was outranked by four movies.

“A Family Affair” was Netflix’s most-watched title of the week. The Nicole Kidman and Zac Efron-led romance hit 26.8 million views in its first three days of streaming and was followed by “Trigger Warning,” last week’s No. 1 movie with 26.3 million views, and the 1997 thriller “Kiss the Girls,” which 7.1 million views upon its addition to Netflix. And on the non-English-language movies chart, “Inheritance” had its second week at No. 1 with 8.2 million views.

Back on the English-language TV chart, “Supacell” was the No. 2 title, debuting with 6.4 million views in its first four days on Netflix, followed by Season 2 of “Worst Roommate Ever” with 5.7 million views in five days. “America’s Sweethearts: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders” rose from its No. 8 debut last week up to No. 4 with 3.7 million views.

Season 2 of “Bridgerton” took fifth place while Season 1 took sixth place, clocking in with 2.1 million and 2 million views, respectively. Showtime’s “Your Honor” sits at No. 7 with 2 million views in its third week on the chart since being added to Netflix, followed by more “Bridgerton,” as limited spinoff “Queen Charlotte” landed at No. 8 with 1.8 million views.

Rounding out the bottom of the chart was “Sweet Tooth” Season 3 with 1.8 million views and “Perfect Match” Season 2 with 1.7 million, both in their fourth weeks on the chart. Of note on the non-English-language series chart was “Gangs of Galicia,” which achieved 6 million views in its second week on the chart.

See Netflix’s Top 10 lists for the week of June 24-30 below. The lists begin with English-language series and are followed by non-English-language TV shows, English-language movies, and then non-English-language movies.

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