Jeffrey Dahmer’s “Monster” series by Ryan Murphy breaks new records. In its second week on the Netflix Top 10 chart, the series became Netflix’s ninth most popular English-language TV show of all time.
Netflix measures overall popularity by counting hours watched in the first 28 days of a title on the streamer. After just 12 days, “Monster” has been watched for 496 million hours – and it still has 16 days to climb even higher on the chart. According to Netflix figures, at least 56 million households have consumed all 10 episodes (about 8.8 hours in total) of the limited series so far.
The Evan Peters-directed series also topped the English TV charts for the second week in a row, with 299.84 million hours viewed. This feat makes it the second most-watched English-language series in a week behind “Stranger Things 4”.
Also on the list, “Dynasty” Season 5 jumped to No. 2 on the English TV list with 44.61 million hours watched from September 26 to October 26. 2 viewing windows. The new episode was added to the streaming service on September 24, about nine months after the fifth and final season originally aired on The CW in December.
Season 2 of “Fate: The Winx Saga” remains at the top of the list, coming in third place with 26.4 million hours watched. Season 1 of the fantasy series sits ninth in the English TV Top 10 rankings with 9.56 million hours watched.
With 20.82 million viewing hours, “Cobra Kai” season 5 barely remains in the top 5. After accumulating 38.1 million viewing hours from September 19 to 19. 25 viewing window, The Final Chapter continues to slowly plummet with viewers after its explosive premiere that crossed 106.7 million viewing hours.
Elsewhere on the list were “Heartbreak High” Season 1 ($14.88 million), “The Crown” Seasons 1 ($12.09 million) and 2 ($11.48 million), “Stranger Things” (10.34 million) and “Inside The World’s Toughest”. Prisons” (9.13 million).
Check out Netflix’s top 10 lists for the week of September 26 through October 26. 2 below, starting with English-language series and followed by non-English-language TV shows, English-language movies, and then non-English-language movies.