Netflix's new coming-of-age zombie K-drama All of Us Are Dead has become the streamer's fifth most popular non-English-language series debut, Variety reports.
On Tuesday, Feb. 8, All of Us are Dead made its way to Netflix's all-time rankings, which tracks the streaming platform's Top 10 most popular non-English TV series based on hours watched in their first 18 days on Netflix, in the fifth-place spot with 351 million hours. This achievement knocks The Queen of Flow (previously at 10th) off the list.
The top slot still belongs to last year's Korean survival series Squid Game, which recorded 1.65 billion hours watched in its first 28 days post-launch. The Spanish crime thriller Money Heist (Spanish: La Casa de Papel) with Parts 4,3, and 5 occupying slots 2,3, and 4, respectively. With All of Us are Dead taking the #5 spot, the other titles in the Top 10 list are: Cafe Con Aroma de Mujer (#6), Lupin Part 1 (#7), Elite Season 3 (#8), Who Killed Sara? (#9), and Elite Season 4 (#10).
Based on the digital Webtoon comic, Now at Our School by Joo Dong-geun, All of Us Are Dead follows a group of students trapped in Hyosan High that find themselves in desperate situations as they try to escape the zombie apocalypse of their high-school. The zombie K-drama stars Park ji-hoo, Yoon Chan-young, Park Solomon (a.k.a. Lomon), Cho Yi-hyun, and Yoo In-soo, and it was directed by Lee Jae-Kyu and Kim Nam-su and written by Chun Sung-il.
All of Us Are Dead also became the second non-English-language TV show to hit the top of Netflix's U.S. charts. Netflix hasn't announced any plans to renew the series for Season 2, but you can read all the details about it here.