Netflix's viewer data for shows released.

The comic book adaptation has been seen by 45 million member households worldwide in its first month, according to the company.
Netflix's comic book adaptation The Umbrella Academy racked up a huge worldwide audience in its first month: According to the company, the series has been viewed by more than 45 million member households.

The streaming giant also says in its quarterly earnings report that the nature documentary series Our Planet is on track to be viewed by 25 million member households in its first month, and the documentary film Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened was watched in more than 20 million member homes around the world.

In Netflix's terminology, a member account is considered to have "viewed" a title if a user watched at least 70 percent of one episode of a series or 70 percent of a film.

Netflix has only recently begun releasing the worldwide household numbers for its series and original movies, so there are not many apples-to-apples comparisons to make. But the stats for the UCP-produced Umbrella Academy — which has been renewed for a second season — compare favorably to those for two shows the company spotlighted in its last earnings report: In January, it noted that Sex Education and You — the latter of which first aired on Lifetime in the U.S. — were each on pace to be viewed by 40 million member households worldwide within their first month on the service.