If you haven’t noticed by now, Squid game something different, and this is confirmed by streaming numbers. After much talk about the show’s epic launch, Netflix confirmed that the buzzy Korean drama officially the most popular TV show to start streaming service. Agreed to different, Netflix says the series is done viewed by 111 million members in just 25 days from the Premiere on September 17 – defeated Shonda Rhimes’s Bridgerton sequentially which pulled 82 million homes in the first 28 days from its release.
“Squid game officially reached 111 million fans – making it our biggest launch of the series since! “announced the streamer via the main Twitter page. Two weeks ago, Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos shown that the show is on track to make the most of the streamer show. “We haven’t seen the arrival, in terms of global popularity,” he said at Vox Media’s Code Conference.
Squid game Creator and director Hwang Dong-hyuk has always known that the show has the potential to be a sensation, especially with the global appeal from the get-go in mind. “The most Korean is the most universal. BTS, PSY and director Bong Joon-ho have been proven that,” Hwang said. during a conversation with The Korea Times. “The old Korean children’s games, used in my series, are simple and old, but I see the potential to make them appealing to the whole world.” Even though many Korean studios were the first to pass on the “strange” concept, which was originally intended to be a film, Hwang never stopped the project and it pays big time. Now he has the honor to say that he made the most popular Netflix show to date – that’s what bragging rights are all about.