‘The Crown’ took the first spot in Nielsen’s streaming rankings for the week of November 16, setting a record in the process, reports Hollywoodreporter.com.

The Netflix series had the highest single-week total to date in the streaming rankings, with viewers watching 3.36 billion minutes of the show from November 16-22. The previous high was 3.01 billion minutes for ‘The Umbrella Academy’ from August 3-9.

It is noteworthy to see that about two-thirds of the total viewing time for ‘The Crown’ was for season four, per Nielsen. The current season is making news for adding fiction disclaimer to the plot with many claiming that some scenes of the series didn’t happen in reality and have just been added to attract the audience.

The second-highest share of minutes went to season one, suggesting that some viewers used the new season as a catalyst to rewatch or start watching. The rating service also says that about two-thirds of The Crown’s viewers were over age 55.

After three straight weeks at No. 1, ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ dropped one spot to second, though it still racked up more than a billion minutes of viewing, reports Hollywoodreporter.com.

Streaming platforms contend Nielsen’s methodology doesn’t capture the full scope of viewing on devices other than TV sets. Nielsen also only measures U.S. audiences, not those in other countries.