‘All Of Us Are Dead’ Ranks Number 1 In 46 Countries

The possibility that the Netflix series ‘All Of Us Are Dead’ will run for a long time is slowly increasing.

According to Flix Patrol, a global online video service (OTT) ranking site on February 1, ‘All Of Us Are Dead’ took first place in the world’s Netflix TV show category the day before.

It ranked first in a total of 46 countries, including Korea and Japan, France, and Germany. This means that the number of countries that took the top position on January 30, increased by two.

‘All Of Us Are Dead’ topped the charts in 25 countries on January 29, just one day after its release on January 28.

On January 30, it took first place in 44 countries, half of 88 countries.

In particular, in the United States, which is a popular indicator of Netflix, it ranked third for two days in a row and then climbed to second place.

With this momentum, it is expected that it will soon rise to the top spot in the United States as well.

This drama tells the story of students who are isolated and waiting for rescue in a school where a zombie virus started, fighting to survive. It is based on a webtoon of the same name.

Not only students, but also police, firefighters, soldiers, politicians, and other diverse groups of people who face the situation outside of school were shown.

Following the Netflix drama ‘Kingdom‘ series (2019-2020), it is being evaluated as having opened a new chapter in ‘K-Zombie’.

It is expected to continue the K-drama craze in the world following ‘Squid Game’ and ‘Hell‘ as it sprints to No. 1 in the world for the third day.

It was well-received overseas as well. The British Guardian on January 29 said, “Korea’s zombie show will surprise you.”Now, our school is a dark existentialist work that is sweeping the world. Although it is not easy to repeat such a huge success as the squid game, Anyone who has seen the movie ‘Train to Busan’ will know that Korea is the best in the world for telling zombie stories.”

Variety, an American film media, said, “Like the squid game, we made the most of the nightmare-like spatial background.”

As of January 31, the US movie information site IMDB had a rating of 7.7 out of 10.

In particular, on Rotten Tomatoes, an American critic site, it is getting a good response with a freshness index of 100%.


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