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Netflix Released Its Top Watched Series of All Time (Part 1)



Everyone knows what “Netflix and Chill” means and you can’t deny, this streaming service has got us through the lockdown. Netflix recently released its most-watched TV shows of all time. When it comes to numbers – we got hyped.

Here is a look at Netflix’s top-watched series.

10. ‘Emily in Paris’

The number of Seasons: 1

The number of watched accounts: 58 million

From the creators of “Sex and the City.” Just one month after its debut the first season of “Emily in Paris” was watched by 58 million fans.

9. ‘Sweet Tooth’

The number of Seasons: 1

The number of watched accounts: 60 million

The first season did its thing with 60 million views, and now “Sweet Tooth” received a Season 2 renewal.

8. ‘The Queen’s Gambit

The number of Seasons: 1

The number of watched accounts: 62 million

The series won 2 Golden Globes for “Best Limited Series” and “Best Actress” and 11 Emmys. Anya Taylor-Joy helped elevate “The Queen’s Gambit” to new heights and had 62 million viewers.

7. ‘Money Heist’

The number of Seasons: 5

The number of watched accounts: 65 million

The Spanish heist crime drama became Netflix’s one of the luckiest shows with 65 million fans worldwide. Season six is OTW.

6. ‘Stranger Things’

The number of Seasons: 3

The number of watched accounts: 67 million

Honestly, you could rewatch “Stranger Things” forever. The horror drama returns for its fourth season in 2022.

To be continued…


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