‘Squid Game’ could generate nearly US$900million in value for Netflix

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At least 132 million Netflix subscribers have watched two minutes of ‘Squid Game’

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squid game According to internal estimates, Netflix has the potential to be a huge financial success.

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in the weekends, bloomberg reported that it had obtained internal Netflix statistics and documents squid gameDisplay of. The show has reportedly generated US$891.1 million in “impact value” for the company, a metric Netflix uses to measure the performance of the title.

According to the document, the show alone cost Netflix US$21.4million to produce, averaging US$2.4million per episode. Meanwhile, the South Korean survival drama has become the platform’s most-watched series of all time, topping the streaming service’s TV charts in 94 countries.


Toys inspired by the ‘squid game’ are on display in a shop in China. credit: Andrea Vardelli / Getty Images.

Whereas Netflix previously publicly announced that Its 111 million users had watched at least two minutes squid game 28 before the show. In, documents show that the figure has risen to 132 million.

Documents also show that 89 percent of those viewers watched at least 75 minutes (an episode averages 55 minutes) and 66 percent of them finished the entire series within 23 days of its premiere on stage.

The show’s worldwide popularity has even made a sketch on it. saturday night live Most recently, starring cast member Pete Davidson and guest host Rami Malek.

Meanwhile, it was reported that a local council in England urged parents to ban their children from watching the series. An email sent to parents advised them that “kids should not watch the squid game”, informing that the show is “quite graphic with lots of violent content.”

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