“Wednesday” is unstoppable when it comes to racking up big viewership numbers for Netflix.

In fact, the Tim Burton-directed “Addams Family” spinoff series has topped Netflix’s weekly list of its most-watched shows for the second consecutive week since its release.

According to a Netflix press release, the eight-episode series was viewed by more than 341.2 million households in its second week of release, easily taking the No. 1 spot (the second and third most-watched for the week were sci-fi thriller “1899” with 87.89 million and the fifth season of “The Crown” with 42.36 million, respectively).

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That’s not the only record the series has set. According to Netflix viewing numbers, “Wednesday” is now the streamer’s third most-watched English-language series ever, with a total of more than 752 million hours viewed.

While the series still ranks behind “Stranger Things 4” and “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffery Dahmer Story” (which currently hold the No. 1 and No. 2 spots, respectively), there’s a good chance that “Wednesday” could surpass those in the weeks to come if viewership continues to hold strong.