AceShowbiz - "Harry & Meghan" has become Netflix's biggest documentary debut in its history. The streaming platform announced the numbers of the first three episodes of its explosive documentary series from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle - which continues on Thursday, December 15 with the second half - following its launch last week.
Netflix said in a press release that the first three episodes logged 81.55 million hours viewed, which is "the highest view hours of any documentary title in a premiere week." The company added that the series also made it into the "Top 10 TV list" in 85 countries while it topped the charts in the UK. Netflix added that, in "just four days," over 28 million households had seen the first three episodes.
However, in its third week "Wednesday" - Tim Burton's Addams Family spin-off starring Jenna Ortega - crossed one billion hours viewed, and topped the TV rankings for the week with 269.67 million hours viewed.
Meanwhile, "Harry and Meghan" continues today. The final three episodes see Prince Harry accusing his brother Prince William of "shouting and screaming" during a meeting to discuss his departure from royal life, and Meghan claiming she wasn't allowed to seek in-patient help for her suicidal thoughts because it would look bad for "the institution."
Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have refused to comment on the latest claims made in "Harry and Meghan". As they did last week, spokespeople for the royal family declined to comment when asked about the contents of the series.