South Korea remained the No. 2 provider of widespread content material to Netflix within the fourth quarter of final yr due to Squid Game, US on-line media have reported.
According to What’s On Netflix, a non-public on-line website that gives data on Netflix content material, on Wednesday (US time), South Korean-made exhibits accounted for 11.8 p.c of the highest 10 movies and TV sequence within the closing three months of 2021.
Korean content material thus ranked No. 2 for the second consecutive quarter after the United States, which accounted for 59 p.c, stories Yonhap News Agency. The figures are primarily based on knowledge by the streaming analytics agency FlixPatrol, it added.
It marked a pointy enhance from its share of 5.4 p.c for the third quarter, due to the breakout hit ‘Squid Game’, launched on September 17, and different hit sequence.
“The fourth quarter of 2021 is likely to be an outlier with the arrival of ‘Squid Game’, but Korean content has been on a slow march up the charts regardless of ‘Squid Game’,” the report mentioned.
‘Squid Game‘ turned probably the most profitable Netflix present in historical past, with its complete viewership reaching a document 1.65 billion hours within the first 4 weeks of its release.
Two subsequent sequence, the fantasy horror ‘Hellbound’ and the sci-fi thriller ‘The Silent Sea’, additionally topped Netflix’s official weekly viewership chart for non-English TV exhibits.