Squid Game #1 in Netflix Shows in Terms of Total Hours Watched, Hometown Cha Cha Cha in 10th Place and Newly Premiered All of Us are Dead Hits 37th in One Week

Well this is an interesting tabulation of Netflix shows in terms of popularity. A new list is out through January 30, 2022 showing the cumulative hours watched of each Netflix show. I think it’s more accurate in some ways than number of people who clicked on it because some could watch and then drop it, whereas total hours means the most people who watched it all the way through. And maybe even re-watched! Topping the list is K-drama Squid Game, no surprise here, and the second K-drama on the top 100 is Hometown Cha Cha Cha in 10th so major props to that. My Name comes in 21st, above Hellbound at 29th, which is surprising because in the US market Hellbound got a lot more news coverage albeit mixed. Sageuk The King’s Affection takes 31st then it’s newcomer All of Us are Dead in 37th which I expect to keep rocketing up the list though unlikely to topple Squid Game. Cult favorite Our Beloved Summer lands in the 47th place then rather lackluster reception for the big name The Silent Sea in 53rd. Hospital Playlist 2 comes in at 60 followed by reality dating show Singles Inferno. And last but not lead Nevertheless makes the top 100 in the 71st spot, which makes two Han So Hee dramas on the top 100 so slow claps for her.

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FeeLM Poll for Best Drama CP of the Year Goes to Park Hyung Sik and Han Hyo Joo in Happiness But Everyone Loves Yoo Ah In and the Death Angel in Hellbound Making the List

Opinions are just that, subjec tive and definitely not meant to be taken so seriously that one gets offended by an opinion that is different. I never take myself seriously, what I like today can even be different tomorrow lol. … Continue reading

Netflix 2021 List of Most Watched K-dramas Worldwide Dominated by Fall Releases Squid Game, Hellbound, My Name then Vincenzo and Sweet Home

The phenomenon known as Squid Game really lifted the K-dramas that came after it, as evidenced by the Netflix most watched K-dramas worldwide top 10 list of 2021. Squid Game is number 1 of course, then it’s Hellbound in second … Continue reading

Netflix Hit K-drama Hellbound to Get Second Season and Hopefully It Answers Questions and is Less Wearisome and Dreary

I said I was going to use Thanksgiving weekend to catch up on dramas and in a case of eeny-meeny-miny-mo I landed on Netflix K-drama Hellbound. I should have finished Squid Game instead, because oh my god was I bored … Continue reading

Official Preview for Netflix Drama Hellbound with Yoo Ah In, Kim Hyun Joo, Park Jung Min, and Won Jin Ah Explodes with Supernatural and Psychological Terror

Get ready to be scared, but maybe not of what’s out of this world but what’s even scarier in this world. The official preview is here for the next Netflix Kdrama Hellbound (To Hell), adapted from the same name manhwa. … Continue reading

Netflix to Scare Viewers Senseless with Creepy New K-drama Hellbound Starring Yoo Ah In, Kim Hyun Joo, Park Jung Min, Won Jin Ah, and Yang Ik Joon

Okay, me so not likey this. My affinity and appetite for horror keeps going down year after year and it’s currently at zombie flicks okay but creepy kid killing shows no okay. Netflix has released the poster and a few … Continue reading

Netflix Holds Press Stage to Introduce Slate of 2021 K-dramas Including Sea of Silence, Hellbound, D.P., Kingdom: Ashin of the North and Many More

Holy smokes what a diverse and rich line up Netflix has in store for K-drama viewers in 2021. The network held a press stages yesterday to showcase its upcoming dramas and released official stills for each, a veritable smorgasbord of … Continue reading