ormal Individuals was BBC iPlayer’s hottest sequence of 2020 after it was streamed greater than 62 million occasions.
There have been a complete of 5.3 billion streams throughout all content material on iPlayer this yr, which is a 33 per cent rise on the identical interval final yr and is a brand new report for the BBC.
Killing Eve was the second most watched programme and was streamed a complete of 39,344,000 occasions.
Cookery programme MasterChef ranked third with 22,206,000, adopted by authorized drama The Cut up with 18,939,000.
The one hottest episode of a programme on iPlayer was the sequence three opener of Killing Eve, which was streamed 7,398,000 occasions.
The primary episode of Regular Individuals was streamed on 6,378,000 events.
The drama focuses on the on-again off-again relationship between Irish youngsters Marianne and Connell, starting of their college days by way of to their time at college.
Dan McGolpin, controller of BBC iPlayer, mentioned: “It’s been a tricky yr for therefore many people however by way of two nationwide lockdowns and plenty of tough months BBC iPlayer has been there to maintain us entertained and nicely knowledgeable wherever you might be all through the UK, seeing 5 billion requests for the primary time ever.
“It’s pleasing to see the sensational adaptation of Sally Rooney’s Regular Individuals take prime slot as the largest sequence of the yr and there have been different model new drama sequence among the many hottest, reminiscent of Michaela Coel’s I Could Destroy You, The Nest and The Secrets and techniques She Retains as nicely say massively in style returners like Killing Eve and The Cut up.”