Netflix: This is the most successful series ever in 2021

Netflix: This is the most successful series ever in 2021

No series has been seen on Netflix in 2021 like the French crime thriller “Lupine”. As revealed by the streaming service published by Audience Dimensions, 76 million employees watched the first two minutes of the series. This is more than the expectations of 70 million viewers based on launch week. (Also read: “Lupine” on Netflix – What We Know About Season 2)

Netflix: New “Lupine” episodes for the summer of 2021

“Lupine” is a French construction surrounding the master thief Assain Diop. Omar C, who is world famous for his role in “Pretty Best Friends”, plays the lead role. Also on board are Vincent Lontes as Captain Romaine Logier, Ludwin Sagnier as Claire and Clotte Hesme as Juliet Pellegrini. The French series will be released on Netflix on January 8, 2021. There have only been five episodes so far – but as Netflix announced in January of the same year, the first season will be supplemented by a second episode consisting of five episodes in the summer of 2021.

Netflix Stats: Two minutes counts as “view”

At the end of 2019, Netflix began to count two minutes as a “sight”. By these statistics, “Lupine” is one of the best Netflix series ever, and the equivalent of the hit “The Witcher”. At the time, 45 percent of Netflix subscribers saw “The Witcher”. Since then, with the increase in the number of subscribers, “Lupine” has reached the same number of views with 36.6% of all subscribers. “Lupine” and “The Witcher” have to admit defeat on the all-time highlights of the successful production “Bridgeton”, which created a sensation in the first season of 2020 and saw 82 million Netflix numbers. .

Other productions from the USA also celebrated great success in 2021. The Irish series “Fate: The Winx Saga” garnered 57 million views, while the Mexican thriller “Who Killed Sarah?” Reached 55 million views.

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