When Riot Games launched its League of Legends animated series “Arcane” on Netflix last week, it received quite a bit of buzz and rave reviews. Chapter 2 of “Arcane” appears to have made the most of this momentum, reaching even higher levels than the first batch of episodes.
While Chapter 1 of the series reached #1 on Netflix’s global TV charts on the back of 38 #1 ratings in individual countries, Act 2 has already crossed that mark.
The series returned to the top of all TV shows on Netflix’s global charts, taking over “Squid Game”, “Narcos: Mexico” and “You”. Only this time, this global ranking was driven by the number one ranking in 52 individual markets, up 14 from the ranking after Act 1.
In addition, the previous three episodes of “Arcane” appeared at number eight in the United States, number six in Australia, number two in Canada, and number three in South Korea. The series has made strides in all four markets with Act 2. In its latest list update, “Arcane” is now ranked third among all Netflix TV shows in Australia, second in the United States, and number one in both Canada and the South. Korea.
List of countries where Law 2 “Arcana” ranked first
After the premiere of “Arcane” in its first season (episodes 1-3), the series debuted at number one on the charts in 38 different countries. This was good enough to put the series at number one on the world chart. Chapter 2 of “Arcane” raised the bar even further, taking the show to the top of the charts in 52 different markets:
- Costa Rica
- Czech Republic
- Dominican Republic
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- South Korea
With the first two acts of “Arcane” reaching a smash hit for Riot Games, animation studio Fortiche, and Netflix, it’ll be interesting to see how Chapter 3 of the series runs up the charts. The final three episodes of “Arcane” will be released on Netflix on November 13.
All data used in this article has been provided by the information transfer site FlixPatrol.
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