“All of Us Are Dead” Topped The US Netflix After “Squid Game”

All of Us Are Dead” is the second Korean series to take the top spot on Netflix‘s ‘Today’s Top 10‘ on US Netflix.

On February 5th, Netflix series “All of Us Are Dead” topped the list of Netflix‘s “Today’s Top 10” in the US.

All of Us Are Dead” has been on the rise for a week in a row since its release, maintaining the world’s No. 1.

The work topped 59 countries, including South Korea and Britain, France, Germany, Canada, Japan, Italy, India, Australia, Russia, Mexico, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Denmark, Egypt, Belgium, Brazil, Pakistan, Singapore, the Philippines, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, and Vietnam.

Among them, the US, which is known as a popular indicator of Netflix, has also risen from third to first, proving its hot popularity.

The Guardian, a British daily newspaper, praised “All of Us Are Dead” as “a work depicting dark existentialism, and American entertainment media Variety praised it as having a dizzying effect as if it were in another world by making the most of the nightmare-like spatial background of “Squid Game“.

Meanwhile, “All of Us Are Dead” is based on a webtoon of the same name released by writer Joo Dong Geun in 2009, and is a story of students who were isolated in schools where the zombie virus spread and waiting for rescue struggling to survive.

“All of Us Are Dead” is showing a steady rise in popularity following the “Squid Game”, which has been loved by fans around the world, raising expectations for what records it will set in the future.



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