Suits’ final episode aired almost four years ago, but it appears to have gained a whole new audience since its comeback on Netflix last month.
The show received 3.14 billion minutes of streaming time from June 26 to July 2, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
With 2.49 billion minutes of viewing time, it surpassed Manifest, which had previously held the top rank on the streaming platform.
Meghan Markle’s biggest acting career to date was arguably the legal drama, which first broadcast on the USA Network in the United States from 2011 to 2011.
She played Rachel Zane, one of the series’ leads who follows a group of lawyers.
It mostly followed college dropout Mike Ross (played by Patrick J. Adams), who landed a highly sought-after associate position at a law firm despite having no legal credentials.
Meghan starred in 108 episodes of the show after leaving at the end of season seven due to her engagement to Prince Harry.
However, this isn’t the first time one of Meghan’s shows has broken Netflix streaming records.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Netflix docuseries, Harry & Meghan, became the streaming platform’s largest documentary premiere, with 81.6 million hours watched in the first four days.
While the series received mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike, the couple made some bombshell accusations.
Not only did Harry provide specifics of his relationship breakdown with his brother Prince William, but he also claimed that Kensington Palace staff “lied to protect” his brother.
The documentary series was launched as part of Harry and Meghan’s multi-year partnership with Netflix, which will see them cooperate on a variety of projects, including the highly anticipated series, Heart of Invictus, about the 2022 Invictus Games, which will premiere later this year.
Meghan has not ruled out returning to acting in the future. As a result, fans may see her on the little or big screen again. Until then, Suits fans can watch all nine seasons on Netflix.