Squid Game becomes Netflix’s biggest series with 111 million viewers in first month

Squid Game becomes Netflix's biggest series with 111 million viewers in first month

Oyogist.com has learned that Hit South Korean show Squid Game has officially become Netflix’s biggest original series launch.

According to the streaming service, Netflix, Squid game has reached 111 million viewers and became the biggest series launch ever.

“Squid Game has officially reached 111 million fans — making it our biggest series launch ever!” Netflix posted on Twitter.

The series reached that total in just 27 days, since its release on September 17, easily outpacing UK costume drama Bridgerton, which was streamed by 82 million accounts in its first 28 days.

gives limited information on viewing figures for its platform and cuts the data it does provide in various ways.

The 28-day debut figures it released for Bridgerton and other shows included any account that watched an episode for at least two minutes.

nine-part thriller, in which cash-strapped contestants play childhood games with deadly consequences in a bid to win 45.6 billion won ($52 million), has become a worldwide sensation for Netflix since its launch less than a month ago.

The dystopian drama has inspired countless memes, Halloween costumes of the ubiquitious green tracksuits worn by contestants and real world recreations of the various games.

It has also sparked a debate within South Korea about toxic competitive societies and prompted new interest in the country’s culture and language around the world.

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