The friendship series, Thirty-Nine, which premiered on February 16 has entered Netflix’s Global Top 10 for non-English TV shows on the week of February 28 to March 6, 2022.
The show is a twelve-part series that follows the ordinary lives of three friends who are not married and about to reach the age of 40, starring Son Ye-jin, Jeon Mi-do, and Kim Ji-hyun.
Based on the data from Netflix, it has attained 10.4 million viewing hours since its release and made it to Top 10 in TV in 10 countries from Asia including Hongkong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Meanwhile, the romantic dramas, Twenty-Five Twenty-One and Forecasting Love And Weather and the legal-crime series, Juvenile Justice remained on Netflix’s Global Top 10 for 2 weeks in a row.
Juvenile Justice, which premiered on February 25, has obtained 63.3 million viewing hours since its release and made it to Top 10 in TV in 25 countries from Asia, Africa, Iceanina, and in the Americas. Twenty-Five Twenty-One has been watched for 25.5 million hours and is on Top 10 in TV in 17 countries from Asia. While Forecasting Love And Weather has achieved 21.8 million viewing hours and is on Top 10 in TV in 13 countries from Asia and Africa.
Meanwhile, the teenage zombie-thriller series, All Of Us Are Dead, remains strong for 6 consecutive weeks on the list of Netflix’s Global Top 10. So, far it has obtained 599.2 million viewing hours since its release on January 28.
Looking at the viewing record of other popular Korean series on Netflix, Squid Game (2021) remains the unbeatable which has acquired a whopping 2.2 billion viewing hours for 19 consecutive weeks. While it has departed Netflix’s Top 10 list, the deadly game show is still being watched worldwide, according to the February 2022 data from Flix Patrol.
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