According to Netflix’s view data statistics, All Of Us Are Dead has surpassed Squid Game and set a new record after only a few days of release.
According to the latest statistics just released, the latest series produced by Netflix “All Of Us Are Dead” has topped Netflix’s weekly view chart globally. From the data provided by Netflix, we know that the movie has 124,790,000 hours of viewing worldwide (nearly double the number of hours watched by Squid Game in the first 6 days). This is far ahead of last year’s sensational Korean series “Squid Game”. (Weekly global rankings of the 10 most watched movies are calculated from January 24 to January 30)
In the first data that Netflix recorded, Squid Game once rose to No. 1 on September 13 – 19, in which the movie’s views were 63,190,000 hours. In the second week, September 20-26, Squid Game reached 448,730,000 hours of viewing.
Analysts consider this a positive signal for us to look forward to the second week of All Of Us Are Dead and have high expectations that the series will surpass Squid Game.
All Of Us Are Dead is a South Korean zombie apocalypse horror television series. The film stars Park Ji-hu, Yoon Chan-young, Cho Yi-hyun, Park Solomon, Yoo In-soo, Lee Yoo-mi and Im Jae-hyuk. The film mainly takes place at a high school in Korea when a zombie apocalypse suddenly breaks out and threatens the safety of the students. It is based on the webtoon Naver, Now at Our School by Joo Dong-geun, which was published between 2009 and 2011.
The series was released on January 28, 2022 on Netflix.
After a science experiment goes wrong, a local school is overrun with zombies, and the trapped students struggle to survive. With no food and water, and communication cut off by the government, they must use equipment around the school to protect themselves in the midst of danger or else they will become part of the infected.
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