If you’ve ever felt guilty for watching too much Stranger Things at once, or felt judged when “Are you still watching?” popped onto your television screen, Netflix’s newly released — and somewhat shocking — global streaming stats for 2017 may relieve you of your shame.

One consumer of the streaming service in Mexico watched the animated movie Monsters, Inc. 364 times this year! A streamer in Colombia watched the 2001 kid-friendly hit Shrek 311 times while a Netflix user in Peru viewed the flick 226 times.

Mexico topped the chart for the most daily consumption of content on the service. Latin America had a particularly strong showing, with five of the top 10 countries that devoured the most media on Netflix. Peru came in at No. 3, Chile at No. 5, Brazil at No. 6 and Argentina at No. 7.

Netflix 2017
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Other interesting — and peculiar — stats and facts: Jan. 1 is the biggest streaming day of the year globally; one member watched Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl 365 days in a row; and 1 billion hours of Netflix were watched per week from over 109 million members spanning 190 countries.

The popular streamer has had a big year with the addition of breakout original series 13 Reasons Why, which centers on a teen suicide, and the release of the second season of fan-favorite Stranger Things, which was recently renewed for a third season.