The most watched Netflix series of all time

Viewers voted their top Netflix series based on how much they were interested in each title throughout the first month.

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The most watched Netflix series of all time

"Wednesday" is the most recent Netflix hit. It's one of those shows that debuted and quickly broke records. However, she is not alone. So far, Netflix has launched a series and it has been so successful in the first month that it has become one of the most-watched series of all time.

They looked at how many were watched in the first month to compile a list of the most-watched series they've ever published.

These are the most-watched Netflix series of all time, according to those numbers.

10. Thirteen Reasons Why, first season

Based on Jay Usher's teen fiction smash, this series chronicles the story of a girl named Hannah Baker's suicide (17). We hear of her suicide in the first few minutes of the series, and by the end of the first season, we learn about the possible causes through the audio recordings she left on the tapes.

This streaming firm revealed the filming of the second season shortly after everyone finished watching the first season, which was met with displeasure by most critics around the world. However, the second season was seen for 496.1 million hours in the first 28 days, and despite the fact that two more seasons were produced after it, they did not surpass it.

9. Inventing Anna

The series, which was based on a true occurrence, received a lot of attention from the audience and polarized comments from critics after its launch. It is a nine-episode series that follows the story of twenty-year-old Russian emigrant Anna Delva (Julia Garner), who presented herself in exclusive New York circles as a rich German heiress in the mid-2010s.

The fact that she dared to finance her self-styled art club (the new Soho House), an ambitious endeavor that is totally dependent on lies and non-existent assets, demonstrates how manipulative a person she is.

8. The Witcher

This Netflix series is based on Andrzej Sapkowski's literary material, namely his short story collection The Last Wish.

Loren Schmidt Hisrich created the American dark-fantasy drama web series on Netflix. The series' action takes place during the Middle Ages on the Continent.

It follows Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), a lonely monster hunter who discovers his fate is linked to the witch Yennefer of Vengerberg (Anja Kalotra) and the child princess Cyrilla (Freja Allan).

The first season, which debuted on Netflix on December 20, 2019, received the most attention, with 541 million hours watched in the first 28 days. The first season, which debuted in 2020, delves into the events that created the show's three major protagonists prior to their meeting.

7. Lucifer

The main theme of the story is Lucifer Morningstar, the Devil, who is tired of hell and decided to return to earth for a fresh life and replaced the kingdom with Los Angeles, where he runs his nightclub "Lux". He was invited to act as a consultant with the LAPD after being involved in a police case.

The 13-episode series started on January 25, 2016, and the second season premiered in September of the same year. The new third season was well received the following year.

Although the first three seasons aired on FOX television, Netflix purchased the series and stated that the fourth season will be recorded and distributed with them in early 2019. However, only the fifth season was extremely popular, with 569.4 million hours watched in the first 28 days.

6. Stranger Things

A strange incident sets off a chain of events in a small town where everyone knows everyone, resulting in the disappearance of a kid and troubles in an otherwise calm community. The secrets of the state service with malevolent intentions, as well as magical entities, become known to a group of boys. A chance encounter with an odd female complicates their lives even further.

5. Bridgerton

The Bridgerton series is based on Julia Quinn's novel of the same name, and it follows the lives of eight brothers who live in high society in London at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Their parents only have one objective in mind: to locate the greatest potential mates for their children, so they embark on numerous love (and sexual) excursions.

4. Bridgerton, the second season

The first season of the series was the most watched material on Netflix that year, and in the first 28 days, 625.5 million hours were seen. The second season fared even better in the first 28 days, with 656.2 million hours viewed, putting it in fourth place.

3. Wednesday

Tim Burton's new series, in which the main character, Wednesday Adams, is played by a young Jenna Ortega, dethroned Stranger Things in its first week. This series is the most popular in 83 nations.

At the heart of the new Addams, the Family spinoff is a teenage gothic Wednesday, who transfers to the Nevermore Academy boarding school to try to manage her powers, stop a wave of killings, and solve a 25-year-old mystery involving her parents.

2. Dahmer: Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story

Following its publication, the crime series immediately earned the title of one of the creepiest programs ever.

It was based on a true incident, that is, a person, and it is about serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. He is one of America's most known serial killers, and he ate some of his victim's body parts, garnering him the moniker "The Cannibal Killer" and "The Milwaukee Cannibal." Between 1978 and 1991, he killed 17 men and boys he met on his trips.

The series, which immediately became one of Netflix's most popular, depicts horrendous murders from the perspective of the victims and highlights the police incompetence, which Dahmer successfully avoided for 13 years.

The series captivated viewers during the first 28 days, garnering 856.2 million hours of viewing time.

1. Squid Game

A group of 456 indebted and desperate people competes in a survival game with a chance to win 45.6 billion Korean won ($39 million) if they win a series of six games. The only issue is that those who lose must die.

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