‘All Of Us Are Dead’ Surpasses ‘Hellbound’ Previous Record And Maintains Number 1 Spot In Netflix Worldwide

All of Us Are Dead‘ maintained the No. 1 spot on Netflix worldwide.

According to FlixPatrol, an OTT ranking site on February 12(local time), ‘All of Us Are Dead‘ maintained the top spot in Netflix’s ‘Today’s Top 10’ TV series.

All of Us Are Dead’ is a Netflix original series depicting the story of those isolated in a high school where a zombie virus has spread and those trying to save them, going through an extreme situation that one cannot know ahead of them. It was released on January 28.

All of Us Are Dead’, currently recording 751 points, ranked first in 29 countries including Korea, Vietnam, Turkey, Taiwan, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, the Philippines, Peru, New Zealand, India, Hong Kong, France, Colombia and Brazil. 

As soon as it was released, it took first place within a day, surpassed the record of ‘Hellbound‘ directed by Yeon Sang Ho, and has maintained the top spot for the 15th day. 

According to Netflix, ‘All of Us Are Dead’ recorded 361.2 million hours of cumulative viewing in just 10 days after its release, ranking 5th in the history of watching hours on Netflix TV (non-English).

In the 28 days after its release, ‘Squid Game’, which recorded 1.65 billion cumulative hours in 28 days, ‘Money Heist‘ Part 4 with 619.01 million hours, and ‘Money Heist‘ Part 3 with 426.4 million hours. , followed by ‘Money Heist‘ Part 5, which ranked 4th with 395.13 million hours, realized the explosive response of viewers around the world toward ‘Jiwoohak’, which soared in a short period of time.

Due to the popularity of season 1, season 2 is also being mentioned, and director Lee Jae Gyu said in an interview, “I set something with season 2 in mind, so if season 2 comes out, I can tell a more interesting and expanded story.”

If 1 was the survival period of humans, season 2 may be a bit of a mess, but I think it will be the survival period of zombies.”, he added.


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