Netflix Names Shonda Rhimes’ ‘Bridgerton’ Its “Biggest Series Ever”

Published: Sunday 31st Jan 2021 by Sam

Shonda Rhimes has only just landed at Netflix and has already rocketed to the top.

For, ‘Bridgerton’ – the first show to spring forth from her mega deal with the streamer – has been named the platform’s biggest series ever.

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Wildly popular since its debut on Christmas Day, the period piece follows the the eight close-knit siblings of London’s Bridgerton family. It’s also Regé-Jean Page to the masses.

According to Netflix, a record 82 million households around the world watched the show in its first 28 days.

It’s also made the top 10 in every country except Japan – hitting number one in 83 countries including the US, UK, Brazil, France, India and South Africa.

Beyond the box, the show’s scorching success has ignited the sales of the books it’s inspired by. Indeed, the collection has hit ‘The New York Times’ best seller lists for the first time – 18 years after they were first released.

As reported, ‘Bridgerton’ has officially been renewed for a season 2. No surprise given its colossal commercial performance.

Kudos to the cast, Shonda, showrunner Chris Van Dusen and all involved.

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  1. Gworl Bye January 31, 2021

    Lol. It’s SO easy to manipulate people with streaming numbers. 82 million streams does NOT equal 82 million separate households. It only means the same amount of people watched the show 82 million times on Netflix. It’s probably only like 5 million actual Netflix subscribers that watched it. 🙄

    • chilepleaseee January 31, 2021

      This is an accomplishment. Be happy for her and stfu.

    • Dioracouture0203@gmail.com January 31, 2021

      The article says 82 million HOUSEHOLDS AROUND THE WORLD…. that doesnt say that 82 million PEOPLE saw it…. was it really necessary to dig for a negative comment????

      Even netflix itself is telling us how big the show is and you wanna go above what they say

  2. Karen Maren January 31, 2021

    Congrats Shonda!!! ABC is regretting what they lost I’m sure

  3. Robin January 31, 2021

    This is all smart PR.. the series was boring af.

  4. Naïme January 31, 2021

    Black actors who starred in this crap have no pride. What’s so powerful about begging to have white left overs ?

  5. J January 31, 2021

    Congrats Shonda!! Well deserved.

    I won’t be watching on the account of my PTSD from Scandal but I’m proud of her

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