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Netflix’s top 10 most famous non-English TV shows for the week of Aug. 8 to 14

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Netflixs top 10 non English TV shows for the week Aug. 8 to 14

The continued global popularity of the Korean drama “Exceptional Attorney Woo” has pushed it to enter Netflix’s list of the top 10 most famous non-English shows. The Korean drama stayed at #1 in Netflix’s Weekly Top 10 for non-English series, a position it has held for five of its six weeks to date, simply momentarily slipping to #2 in Week 3. It sits at #8 on Netflix’s list of the ever most famous non-English series with 289M hours seen in its initial 28 days.

Netflix released the most recent chart of the most well-known TV shows and films for the period Aug. 8 to 14.

Under the non-English TV list, “Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” which stars Park Eun-bin, Kang Tae-oh , and Kang Ki-young, is No. 1 for the fifth time out of the six weeks in the top 10, with 69.3 million hours seen, higher than the 67 million hours viewed it garnered the earlier week.

“Exceptional Attorney Woo” put in the top 10 out of 51 countries and regions including No. 1 in Bolivia, Peru, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

Also, “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” joined “Squid Game” and “All of Us Are Dead” in the top 10 most popular non-English shows list “based on hours viewed in their first 28 days on Netflix.”

It put eighth with 288.62 million hours seen in the initial 28 days on Netflix.

In the drama, Park Eun-bin plays the role of Woo Young-woo, an attorney with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) who works in a law firm.

Extraordinary Attorney Woo didn’t overwhelm the world the manner in which Squid Game did a year ago. The most recent hit from Korea rather took the scenic route toward progress by gradually building its popularity via word of mouth. Extraordinary Attorney Woo — basically a legal interpretation of The Good Doctor (which likewise originated in Korea) with a female lead — has been developing consistently, from 24M hours viewed in Week 1 to another new high mark of 67M hours viewed in its 6th week (8/8-8/14). It is one of only a handful of Netflix series that have expanded their viewing in every one of the first six weeks.

CEO Lee will keep on bringing viewers’ advantage up in the drama through the production of different extra content, for example, webtoons, musical productions, and merchandise sales, which are now serialized before season 2 airs. ‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo’ is a drama portraying the course of a new lawyer, Woo Young Woo (Park Eun Bin), who has a genius brain and is on the autism spectrum simultaneously, joins a huge law firm called ‘Han Bada’ and develops into a lawyer.

Before all else, it didn’t get a lot of consideration as it was coordinated on the new channel ENA with the new subject of the autism spectrum. In any case, it acquired consideration through word exchange by raising the topic of different issues that existed in Korean culture yet didn’t get sufficient consideration. In view of the genuine society of women, small business owners, sexual minorities, and North Korean defectors, different events that might have happened in reality were described in episodes and got good reviews.

The ratings, which began at 0.9% on June 29 (in view of Nielsen Korea nationwide paid households), got through 4% in the third episode and surpassed 11% in the 7th episode. In the 9th episode, where entertainer Koo Kyo Hwan showed up, it broke its own most noteworthy appraisals record with 15.8%.

On the English-language side, The Sandman followed the growth trajectory Netflix might want to see for another series, with its Week 2 hours saw (127.5M) nearly multiplying the Week 1 tally as additional subscribers discover to find the Neil Gaiman adaptation

Never Have I Ever constructed areas of strength for a 3 debut with 55M hours viewed, which is considerably more great given the way that the comedy’s running time is half of that of dramas.

That was great for #2, trailed by the debut of Locke and Key’s third and final season (38.4 M). The new series I Just Killed My Dad (26.2M) was the other new entry into the Top 10, joining holdovers Stranger Things 4, Virgin River 4, Keep Breathing, and the three seasons of Manifest.

Here are Netflix’s top 10 non-English TV shows for Aug. 8 to 14 is based on the number of hours viewed:

Netflix’s Top 10 TV Shows (Non-English)

  1. Extraordinary Attorney Woo: Season 1 – 69,360,000
  2. Pasión de Gavilanes: Season 2- 23,950,000
  3. Another Self: Season 1 – 21,990,000
  4. Alchemy of Souls: Season 1 – 17,840,000
  5. Good Morning, Verônica: Season 2 – 12,630,000
  6. Alba: Season 1 – 11,670,000
  7. Good Morning, Verônica: Season 1 – 9,420,000
  8. Pasión de Gavilanes: Season 1 – 9,090,000
  9. A Model Family: Season 1 – 7,060,000
  10. Café con aroma de mujer: Season 1 – 6,980,000

Netflix’s Top 10 Most Popular TV Shows (Non-English)

The Top 10 most popular TV (Non-English), based on hours viewed in their first 28 days on Netflix.

  1. Squid Game: Season 1 – 1,650,450,000 (hours viewed in first 28 days)
  2. Money Heist: Part 5 – 792,230,000
  3. Money Heist: Part 4 – 619,010,000
  4. All of Us Are Dead: Season 1 – 560,780,000
  5. Money Heist: Part 3 – 426,400,000
  6. Café con aroma de mujer: Season 1 – 326,910,000
  7. Lupin: Part 1 – 316,830,000
  8. Extraordinary Attorney Woo: Season 1 – 288,620,000
  9. Elite: Season 3 – 275,300,000
  10. Who Killed Sara?: Season 1 – 266,430,000
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