Bridgerton Season 2 Watched For 193 Million Hours


It’s been revealed that Shondaland’s Bridgerton Season 2 has already been watched for 193 million hours over on Netflix, which is huge!

This was revealed by Netflix in a recent post on their blog.

Here’s what they had to say about Bridgerton Season 2’s numbers after its first weekend on the streaming platform:

Lady Whistledown kept viewers swooning all weekend as Season 2 of Bridgerton returned with 193.02M hours viewed, making it the most viewed Netflix English language TV title in its premiere weekend. Created by Chris Van Dusen, the series was #1 in 92 countries.

Those numbers are just ridiculous and I’m so happy for the show because I actually think it’s really good.

The show comes from Shondaland who’s been killing it with their recent Netflix shows.

They made Bridgerton Season 1 and also Inventing Anna – two very successful and rather fun shows.

Bridgerton Season 2 is being watched for A LOT of hours on Netflix


Credit: Netflix

Read more: Bridgerton Season 2 Officially Renewed By Netflix

This all comes after it was revealed that Netflix has already renewed Bridgerton for Seasons 3 and 4!

Honestly, it looks like Bridgerton is going to take over the whole world.

People just cannot get enough of this show, and I can kind of see why.

It’s a period drama with very sexy people in it having a lot of sex!

What’s not to love!

It’s also shown that you can do period dramas with a very diverse cast, which is something that people used to say wasn’t possible to do.

Well, Bridgerton proved those people wrong!

What do you make of this news?

Have you watched Bridgerton Season 2 on Netflix yet?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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