'Squid Game' could be Netflix's biggest hit, co-CEO calls himself its '457th player'


By AGENCY

Meet contestant 457. Photo: Netflix/Instagram

The worldwide excitement over Netflix’s Squid Game is not likely to cease any time soon as even the small details of the nine-part series are fanatically enjoyed by the global audience.

The mystery sci-fi thriller has reached the top spot in countries in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, including Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Vietnam, Singapore and Thailand, according to the US-based streaming analytics firm FlixPatrol.

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