The Netflix show Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story has reached a significant milestone for the platform. It became the third Netflix production to surpass one billion hours of viewing since its debut on September 21. It accomplished this feat within the first 60 days of its release. The series starred Evan Peters as Jeffrey Dahmer.
It’s no surprise that Monster got renewed for two more seasons. In reality, more than one billion hours of the series were seen in the first 60 days after its debut on September 21. Only two other Netflix productions in history have accomplished the same feat: Stranger Things season 4 last summer and Squid Game in 2021. Within the first month of airing, both series achieved that milestone. Dahmer was a notable hit for the streaming platform.
Netflix bases its rankings of the greatest TV shows and films of all time on the number of people who watched each work during the first 28 days it was made available. While Stranger Things season 4 is the most-watched title in the English-speaking world, with 1.35 billion. Squid Game is still the most protected title overall, with 1.65 billion hours observed.
Two More Seasons of Ryan Murphy’s Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
Officially known as Monster – The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer, the first season of “Monster” centered on the life and crimes of the notorious cann!bal. The two upcoming seasons, according to Netflix, will focus on “other horrific people that have touched society.”
Audiences can’t take their eyes off Monster and The Watcher – said Bela Bajaria, head of Netflix’s global TV. The creative team of Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan in Monster and Eric Newman in The Watcher is made up of masterful storytellers who have captivated audiences worldwide.