On October 16, the streaming platform announced that the Sarah Paulson-directed show was the best new original series of 2020. According to a tweet from the platform, 48 million people watched Ratchet since its release on September 18th.
“In the first 28 days,” the tweet reads, “48 million members booked an appointment with Nurse Ratched, making it our biggest original Season 1 of the year.”
That is already a milestone. And it’s one that Paulson himself can’t even believe. The Emmy winner took to Instagram on October 16 to respond to the exciting news.
“What mind-blowing news to wake up to,” she wrote. “I am so grateful to each of you that you are ready to dive into the world of #Ratched, hug Mildred, and make her yours. So often the joy of doing the thing lies in the doing – and is the reward … but what a feeling to have the overflowing abundance of such an answer. You’ve all made everyone in the Ratched family burst with pride and joy. ”
The show’s creator, Ryan Murphy, also responded to the news on Instagram by simply saying, “Thank you.”RELATED: ‘Ratched’: The False Narrative Ryan Murphy is publicly weaving, according to Sarah Paulson
‘Ratched’ is Netflix’s’ most successful new show of 2020
Netflix had a lot of new releases in 2020. Like viral shows Love is blind, I have never, Tiger King, To cheerand then some debuted all that year, so Ratchet Beating all other releases quickly is quite an accomplishment.
The streaming monster has made a habit of releasing its viewer data, especially when shows go viral. In 2019, Netflix shared this Umbrella Academy reached 45 million views in the first month. Of and Educational classes both grossed 40 million according to the deadline. And now Nurse Ratched’s genesis is one of Netflix’s most popular shows.
Evan Romansky, Murphy’s co-creator of the series, shared in an interview with Decider that they want to give Ratchet a four season bow. It’s already been recorded for a second season, and now that it has hit this new high, it’s no surprise if it actually glows green for four seasons.
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The second season of ‘Ratched’ was lit green on Netflix
“Our plan is to leave the two seasons behind,” said Romansky. “Ideally, probably about four seasons. I think Ryan was really talking about playing four seasons. And we have an arc of where we want to go with it. So definitely. We have a lot to tell in the story of Mildred Ratched. This figure is not, it is not where it is Cuckoo’s nest. We really push it forward every season, that’s the goal. ”
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will likely cease production of the second season. According to Romansky, the story has not yet been developed for the second season.
“We had talks,” he said. “We didn’t have a formal writer’s room. The pandemic has just left everything behind so we’re still trying to control that. Ryan has a lot of projects so he has to take a few off. But we talk. I’m just getting ready to attack it. ”
No doubt fans will be excited for Nurse Ratched’s cool return.
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