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The Netflix phenomenon “Baby Reindeer” made it into the streamer’s top 10 most-watched TV series within the first two months of its release.

The miniseries, directed by and starring Richard Gadd, is currently the 10th most-watched English television series, with 84.5 million views since its release on April 11. “Baby Reindeer” thus displaced the first season of “The Witcher,” which was at number 10 on the list of the most popular series with 83 million views last week.

While “Bridgerton” Season 3 would have made it onto the most watched list after it garnered an additional 6.9 million views during the week of June 3 — bringing its total to 88.9 million — the season will not qualify for inclusion on the most watched list until the release of Part 2, which is scheduled for Thursday.

Current viewership numbers for “Bridgerton” Season 3, Part 1 would surpass those of “Baby Reindeer,” but would be only about 5 million views less than “Bridgerton” Season 2, which is currently ranked 9th on the list with 93.8 million views. With Part 2 coming out on Thursday, “Bridgerton” Season 3 is expected to join the most popular series list once viewership numbers for the week of June 10 are announced, and weekend viewership numbers for the conclusion of Season 3 could surpass those of Season 2.

Elodie (Millie Bobby Brown) in Netflix's "maid"

However, “Baby Reindeer” did not make the top 10 most-watched English TV series for the week of June 3, while “Bridgerton” season 3 was the third most-watched show of the week, behind Benedict Cumberbatch’s “Eric,” which topped the list with 10.1 million views. “Geek Girl” came in second with 7.3 million views.

The docuseries “Dancing for the Devil: The 7M TikTok Cult” came in fourth with 6.7 million views, followed by “Sweet Tooth” Season 3 with 5.4 million views and “Hitler and the Nazis: Evil on Trial” with 3.4 million views. “Bridgerton” Seasons 1 and 2 remained on the list ahead of the release of Season 3, Part 2, with Season 2 coming in at No. 7 with 2.7 million views, while Season 1 took the No. 10 spot with 2.4 million views.

In the film sector, “Damsel,” starring Millie Bobby Brown, rose to the seventh most popular Netflix film of all time with 138 million views so far, after the action film entered the eighth most popular film list last week.

This week, “Hit Man,” starring Glen Powell, topped the English film charts at number one with 10.8 million views. It was followed by “Atlas,” starring Jennifer Lopez, which came in second with 8.9 million views, while “Ice Age: Collision Course” and “Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs” came in third and fourth with 4.8 and 4.1 million views respectively.

Bridgerton, Season 3, Luke Newton, Nicola Coughlan, Netflix

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