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‘All Of Us Are Dead’ breaks ‘Squid Game’s’ record, achieving 124.79 million views in 3 days


SEOUL – Netflix’s latest South Korean film series , ‘All Of Us Are Dead’ has made a successful global launch while being praised as a new ‘Squid Game.’

Released on January 28, the film received 124.79 million views according to Netflix’s official tally from January 28-30. This is more than double the 63.19 million views obtained in the first three days of the original release of ‘Squid Game,’ which remains Netflix’s highest hit.

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Furthermore, according to Flix Patrol, a global OTT (Online Video Service) streaming rating site, ‘All of Us Are Dead’has been the #1 Netflix TV show in the globe for five days after its premiere.

Following ‘Squid Game,’ ‘Hellbound,’ and ‘The Silent Sea,’ it became the fourth Korean-language series to top the Netflix weekly official ranking for non-English TV series.

It was also the most first-week viewing hour for any Korean title since Netflix started publishing weekly viewership figures last year.

“All of Us Are Dead” ranked in the top ten in 91 countries over a one-week period, according to Netflix, and topped the list in 29 countries, including South Korea, France, and Germany.

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It finished first in about 60 countries, including South Korea, France, Germany, Japan, and the Philippines, and second in more than 20 others, including the United States and the United Kingdom.

Based on a popular webcomic, ‘All of Us Are Dead‘ is a film series depicting an extreme situation in which those who are isolated in a high school where a zombie virus has spread and those who try to save them cannot know what lies ahead. It is based on a webtoon of the same name by Joo Seong Geun, which was serialized in Naver Webtoon in 2009.

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