'All of Us are Dead' Rules Supreme On Netflix for Three Consecutive Weeks

© Photo : Netflix Asia/ YouTubeScreenshot of the trailer of 'All of Us Are Dead Netflix' TV series
Screenshot of the trailer of 'All of Us Are Dead Netflix' TV series - Sputnik International, 1920, 16.02.2022
South Korean zombie apocalypse TV series has reigned aloft Netflix’s Global Top 10 weekly viewership charts for its third week in a row now.
According to Netflix's report on 16 February, 'All of Us are Dead' recorded 113.24 million hours of viewing time between 7 and 13 February, ranking first in the TV Non-English category.
The new K-Drama recorded 474.26 million hours of cumulative viewing since its release on 28 January, and ranked third in the non-English section of TV in its all-time box office ranking, which counts the record for 28 days after its release. First place is still occupied by another K-Drama hit 'Squid Game' (1.65 billion hours), and second place is taken by 'Paper House: Part 4' (619.01 million hours).
'All of Us are Dead' tells the story of a zombie virus spreading in a high school in Hyosan. Several students are trapped in the school and struggle to survive against zombies in a situation where there is no outside help. This series is based on a webtoon of the same name published by Joo Dong-Geun in 2009.
At present, the work is in the Top 10 in 94 countries, confirming what a keen interest the world's viewers have in K-Drama.
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