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Bridgerton continues its reign as season two sets record


Bridgerton continues its reign on Netflix as season two sets record with 193 million hours of viewing time already logged days after its premiere

Bridgerton has continued its reign on Netflix with season two already setting a record on the streamer less than a week after premiering on the platform. 

The romance series has already logged 193 million hours of viewing time worldwide, the most any English-language Netflix series has amassed in its first three days, according to The Hollywood Reporter.    

Not only that, but the hit series is also in the top 10 in 92 of the 93 countries where rankings are tracked by Netflix, with Japan being the only outlier, adds THR.

A royal good time! Bridgerton has continued its reign on Netflix with season two already setting a record on the streamer less than a week after premiering on the platform

A royal good time! Bridgerton has continued its reign on Netflix with season two already setting a record on the streamer less than a week after premiering on the platform

Bridgerton season two is currently number one on Netflix’s Top 10 list worldwide for English language shows, according to The Wrap. 

Season two also had the second highest opening weekend total of all Netflix series, according to THR. The only show to top Bridgerton was part five of Spain’s Money Heist, which in acquired 20.9 million hours in its first three days. 

The series, which debuted on March 25, is just one of three shows produced by Shonda Rhimes that are in the Top 10. 

Inventing Anna, which premiered on February 11, is in fifth while season one of Bridgerton is currently ranked third.  

Going for the gold! The romance series garnered 193 million hours of viewing time worldwide, the most any English-language Netflix series has amassed in its first three days

Going for the gold! The romance series garnered 193 million hours of viewing time worldwide, the most any English-language Netflix series has amassed in its first three days

Eyes on the prize: Bridgerton's second season also had the second highest opening weekend total of all Netflix series

Eyes on the prize: Bridgerton’s second season also had the second highest opening weekend total of all Netflix series

With numbers like these, the future is looking bright for Bridgerton.

According to THR, the show may be on track to land on Netflix’s all time top 10 for English-language series, where Inventing Anna and season one of Bridgerton are already ranked.

And the show may even get a place on Netflix’s all-time top 10 in the next few weeks. 

Making moves! The series, which debuted on March 25, is just one of three shows produced by Shonda Rhimes that are in the Top 10

Making moves! The series, which debuted on March 25, is just one of three shows produced by Shonda Rhimes that are in the Top 10

Newcomers!  Charithra Chandran and Simone Ashley join the show as Edwina and Kate

Newcomers!  Charithra Chandran and Simone Ashley join the show as Edwina and Kate 

Season two of Bridgerton sees Lord Anthony (Jonathan Bailey) becoming embroiled in a love triangle with Sharma sisters Edwina (Charithra Chandran) and Kate (Simone Ashley) after Edwina is suggested as a match for Anthony. However, he is drawn to her older sister Kate. 

Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) returns in season two, though this time her now-husband Duke of Hastings (Rege Jean-Page) does not appear.  

Jonathan, who’s character takes centre stage in the new season, admitted he felt under pressure to perform and keep viewers enticed for the next instalment. 

‘Stepping into the shoes Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page wore, and led with so gracefully last season, has taught me a lot.

‘This season has kept me on my toes. I got really fit, I made sure to eat well and get loads of sleep, and everything else just seemed to fall into place,’ he said, according to The Sun.

She's back! Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) returns in season two, though this time her now-husband Duke of Hastings (Rege Jean-Page) does not appear

She’s back! Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) returns in season two, though this time her now-husband Duke of Hastings (Rege Jean-Page) does not appear

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