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Bridgerton smashes Netflix record as more than 80m fans stream raunchy period drama

Bridgerton has smashed Netflix data as the steamy period drama raked in an unimaginable 82million views from fans everywhere in the world.

The fashionable TV collection made its debut on the streaming large on Christmas Day and it was predicted to project 63millions views inside the first month of its launch.

But the flirty present, that includes the likes of actress Phoebe Dynevor and hunky actor Rege-Jean Page, has gone above and past, with the 1800s Regency London drama bringing in more than 80million viewers.

The cast of the collection had been left blown away by the response and shared their pleasure on Instagram.



Bridgerton has smashed Netflix data as the steamy period drama raked in an unimaginable 82million views from fans everywhere in the world

Phoebe Dynevor shared: “This is utterly insane. I’m SO proud of the incredible team behind this show! And thank you guys for loving it. MADNESS..”

While her co-star Rege-Jean Page wrote: “8 2 M I L L I O N. With love. From all of us. To all of you.”

Jinny Howe, vp of authentic collection at Netflix, stated Bridgerton has “shown that romance can be smart, dynamic, bold and yes – universally appealing”.



The romantic collection has caught the attention of loads of viewers



Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Bridgerton

“Bridgerton, like The Queen’s Gambit, defies tradition, and demonstrates that period dramas are not limited in scope or audience.

“The present is a fictional portrayal of London in 1813 that lifts that facade of Regency life.

“It’s designed to be more lavish, sexier and funnier than the standard period drama – and that’s what so surprised and delighted our members.”



Jonathan Bailey performs Anthony Bridgerton

According to Netflix, Bridgerton has entered the highest 10 within the recognition rankings in each nation besides Japan, whereas it has hit primary in 83 international locations together with the UK.

Fans can count on to see season two of the collection sooner or later after the success of the primary season.

Filming for the second collection will start within the spring, at numerous places throughout the UK.

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