The Korean fictional thriller “Squid Game” has officially become Netflix’s biggest ever series launch with 111 million users viewing it in its first 28 days.
The series knocked Netflix’s “Bridgerton” off the top spot, which had a premier of 82 million users. “Squid Game” is not only the platforms’s first-ever Korean series to reach the No. 1 spot in the United States, but it’s also No. 1 on Netflix’s Top 10 lists in 94 countries around the world.
KGO hosts Mark Thompson and Chip Franklin dive deep into the series sharing thier opinions and uncovering the aspect of wanting to be in the cultural zeitgeist.
“Squid Games” is extremely violent but it doesn’t bother Mark Thompson.
Mark, Bret & Albert talk about Netfilx’s most popular series ever and Mark has a confession to make.
ABC News Correspondent Jason Nathanson joins The Chip Franklin Show to discuss Netflix’s Squid Game and the Hollywood strike.
The union representing Hollywood crews announced Wednesday that its members will go on strike on Monday if they can’t reach an agreement on a new contract. The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees represents about 60,000 film set workers nationwide and a strike could cripple an industry.
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