The Squid Game Could Become the Most-Watched Series in Netflix History

The Squid Game Could Become the Most-Watched Series in Netflix History

Doing so will overtake Bridgerton, which amassed 625 million viewing hours in the first 28 days of its release. Read on for more details!

Doing so will overtake Bridgerton, which amassed 625 million viewing hours in the first 28 days of its release. Read on for more details!

It has been almost two weeks that both social networks and WhatsApp groups have not stopped talking about The Squid Game, the South Korean series that arrived on Netflix on the 17th of this month and that could become the most viewed in the history of the platform.

And it is that, thirteen days after its premiere, the series directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk managed to position itself at number 1 in a total of 90 countries in just ten days.

And it is that, thirteen days after its premiere, the series directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk managed to position itself at number 1 in a total of 90 countries in just ten days.

During his speech at the Vox Media Code Conference, Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos commented: "There is a show on Netflix right now that is number one in the world, in all parts of the world. It's called The Game of Squid. It will definitely be our biggest non-English language series in the world, hands down. There is a good chance it will be our biggest series of all time. "

At the moment, the series that is at the top of the podium is Bridgerton, with a whopping 625 million hours of viewing after the first 28 days of its premiere. It should also be noted that Netflix calls visualization that the user has consumed at least two consecutive minutes of the product, so to know the exact numbers of views of The Squid Game, you will have to wait for it to comply. at least 28 days.

At the moment, the series that is at the top of the podium is Bridgerton

If the Korean series wants to take first place; to the third season of Stranger Things with 582 million; to the first installment of The Witcher with 541 million; to the second season of 13 Reasons Why with 496 million and its first season of 476 million; to the second season of You with 476 million; the second season of Stranger Things for 427 million; the third part of Money Heist with 426 million hours and Ginny & Georgia with 381 million in its first installment of episodes.

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