OK, Netflix, we see you.

On top of some awards season gains and a slew of successful originals under its belt, the streaming giant has even more reason to celebrate. Netflix shared some viewing data as part of its first-quarter earnings report, shedding light on just how popular its titles are, including The Umbrella Academy, Triple Frontier, The Highwaymen, and Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened.

If you feel like the entire internet was talking about any (or all) of these titles, you’re not wrong:

  • In the first four weeks following its release, Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá’s comic book adaptation of Umbrella Academy was viewed in 45 million households;
  • The Highwaymen, featuring seasoned stars Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson, was viewed in more than 40 million households during the first month;
  • Triple Frontier, an action-packed heist film starring Ben Affleck, was viewed in 52 million households during the same time span;
  • And oh, about that would-be festival that never happened but won’t go away? It is the entertainment gift that just keeps. on. giving. Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened was viewed in more than 20 million member households during its first month. (It was competing with a different Fyre doc airing on Hulu, though, for what that’s worth.)

Netflix also shared its projection that the new nature documentary Our Planet, which was released this month, will be viewed in more than 25 million households during its first month of streaming.

By Netflix’s standards, an episode is “viewed” if at least 70% of it was watched.

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