Netflix premiered “Murder Mystery,” the latest film in their partnership with Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison production company, on June 14. Now, the streaming giant is claiming that a record number of subscribers streamed the comedy, starring Sandler alongside Jennifer Aniston, over the weekend.

Announced via Twitter, “Murder Mystery” was purportedly watched by over 30.8 million accounts, which breaks down to 13.3 million in the U.S. and Canada, and nearly 17.5 million worldwide. According to Netflix, this is their biggest “opening weekend” for an original film ever.

While specific comparisons are hard to come by, as Netflix has never been forthcoming with viewership numbers for most of its original content, the company did tout “Bird Box” as having been watched by a record 45 million accounts in its first week in December 2018. The service also recently claimed 45 million viewers for the first season of “The Umbrella Academy” during its first month of release.

Murder Mystery” was directed by Kyle Newacheck and follows Sandler and Aniston as New York couple on vacation in Europe. While attending a yacht party, the two become the prime suspects when their billionaire host is murdered. The cast also includes Gemma Arterton (“Quantum of Solace”) and Luke Evans (“The Hobbit” trilogy). The film is Sandler and Aniston's second together after 2011's "Just Go with It."

The film is the fifth Sandler has made for Netflix as part of his company’s overall deal with the platform. The other releases include “The Ridiculous 6,” “The Do-Over,” “Sandy Wexler,” and “The Week Of.”

“Murder Mystery” is currently streaming on Netflix.

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston
Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are pictured attending the “Meine Erfundene Frau” ("Just Go With It") photocall on Feb. 21, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Andreas Rentz/Getty Images