SEOUL, Nov. 23 (Yonhap) — South Korean series “Hellbound” has again taken the top spot on Netflix’s TV series list, as reported Monday (US time) by FlixPatrol, a platform with statistics on streaming services.
According to data revealed by FlixPatrol, the fantasy horror series “Hellbound” climbed one place in the list of Netflix TV series, re-positioning it in the first place.
“Hellbound,” which came out last Friday, topped that list just a day after its release, but it lost the lead on Sunday to “Arcane,” the new American animated series based on the “League of Legends” video game. .
The South Korean series has topped the Netflix series list in 35 countries, including South Korea, Japan, Brazil, France and India. It was ranked second in Chile, Greece and Peru and third in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Inspired by the online comic “Hell”, Hellbound describes the upheaval and social upheaval after a series of inexplicable supernatural phenomena.
Written and directed by Yeon Sang-ho from the 2016 zombie movie “Train to Busan” who also created the original online comic.
In the list of Netflix TV series, the South Korean series “Squid Game” took fourth place, while the South Korean romantic comedy “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” took the ninth place.
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