‘Ginny & Georgia’ just passed the ‘king of the tiger’ to record this epic Netflix Record

Twenty-nine days ago, it seemed unbelievable — even impossible. Ginny and Georgia was a brand new Netflix

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series that didn’t have a lot of hype. The show premiered at No. 4 on Netflix’s top 10 charts and it was reasonable to assume it was the highest it would ever go. There was simply no way to do it Ginny and Georgia ever broke any Netflix record.

But 29 days later? It’s a much different story. And the story is this: Ginny and Georgia could be one of the most popular – if not the most popular – show ever grace Netflix.

Of course, we won’t know if that’s true until Netflix releases some hard numbers. But there’s one thing we’re sure of: no show has ever consistently dominated Netflix’s top 10 rankings this.

Yesterday, Ginny and Georgia was bound The king of the tiger for the longest run of first place in the Top 10 rankings with 27 days. So, after another today’s end no. 1, the drama of mother and daughter officially preceded The king of the tiger own the best range ever.

This is a truly insane feat – especially for a show that apparently never shot into dethroning a behemoth like The king of the tiger. As early as March 6, Ginny and Georgia has become just one of 12 shows that have ever spent at least ten consecutive days. Ten days after that, the program became one of three shows whose series in the first place stretches to 20 days.

And finally, today, Ginny and Georgia stands at the top of the list:

  1. Ginny and Georgia – 28 days
  2. The king of the tiger – 27 days
  3. The Queen’s gambit – 22 days
  4. Ratched – 15 days
  5. Umbrella Academy – 15 days
  6. 13 reasons – 14 days
  7. Away – 12 days
  8. Unsolved mysteries – 12 days
  9. The floor is Lava – 12 days
  10. Crown – 11 days
  11. The Haunting of Bly Manor – 11 days
  12. Dead to me – 10 days

As you can see, there are a few legendary shows that couldn’t even manage a ten-day run –Bridgerton, Virgin River, Destiny: Winx Saga, Space Force, Firefly Lane, Lucifer, Night Stalker: The Hunt for Serial Killer, Selena: The Series, Behind Her Eyes i Crime scene: Disappearance at the Cecil Hotelto name just a few.

So what does all this mean? Well, Netflix is ​​likely to release a report soon that contains some hard numbers in this regard Ginny and Georgiaviewership. But as for the Top 10, this series shows us that Ginny and Georgia is the most watched show on Netflix the longest period since the Top 10 list was introduced in 2020.

Which is significant. Because while Netflix’s subscriber base may vary, the Top 10 algorithm puts each show on the same playing field – you’re either the most popular show or you’re not. That’s why my point-based system came in handy, because it allows me to rank shows based on how well they work on the top 10 rankings.

And on those rankings, Ginny and Georgia has made a very important shift in a very short period of time. The program is already in fourth place in the 2021 rankings (behind Bridgerton, CoComelon i iCarly) and 14th place on the list of all time:

  1. CoComelon – 1.152 points
  2. The Queen’s gambit – 621 points
  3. Bridgerton – 508 points
  4. Cobra Kai – 456 points
  5. Office – 453 points
  6. The king of the tiger – 387 points
  7. Ozark – 377 points
  8. External banks – 356 points
  9. Avatar: The last plane – 339 points
  10. iCarly – 320 points
  11. Umbrella Academy – 320 points
  12. Unsolved mysteries – 299 points
  13. Love is blind – 299 points
  14. Ginny and Georgia – 287 points

Maybe there’s not much hope Ginny and Georgia catch children focused CoComelon, which has been dominating the top 10 for about eight months. But in the first 29 days, Ginny and Georgia managed to collect 287 points compared to The Queen’s gambitis 279 points and Bridgertonis 276 points. What if Ginny and Georgia can accelerate this pace, then the program will soon surpass the most successful Netflix shows in the Top 10 era.


Ginny and Georgia stars Antonia Gentry, Brianne Howey, Diesel La Torraca, Jennifer Robertson, Felix Mallard, Sara Waisglass, Scott Porter and Raymond Ablack. The show was created by Sarah Lampert and the executive production was performed by Lampert, Debra J. Fisher, Anya Adams, Jeff Tahler, Jenny Daly, Dan March, Holly Hines, Lance Samuels, Daniel Iron and Armand Leob.

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