Few TV shows released in 2020 or 2021 were as successful as "Bridgerton," whose debut season broke Netflix's viewership records in its first month. Will Season 2 of "Bridgerton" have the same long-term cultural impact as Season 1?
Fortunately, fans of "Bridgerton" were finally treated to the series' second season on March 25th, following a wait of just over a year. The show's second season focuses on the love affair that develops between Viscount Anthony Bridgerton and Kathani "Kate" Sharma as the former sets out to marry Kate's younger sister, Edwina.
During the week of March 21, Netflix subscribers watched 193,020,000 hours of Season 2 of "Bridgerton." If that statistic isn't amazing enough, consider that "Bridgerton" Season 2 debuted on Netflix on March 25, garnering roughly 200 million viewer hours in just three days, doing better than any of the streaming service's English-language shows.