Netflix’s Lupin is ready to set a global benchmark for a French show on the ceremony with 70M households suggested seeing the five-parter during its initial 28 days. The Omar Sy-starrer created its Netflix introduction on January 8, and immediately became the primary French show to property on the streamer’s U.S. Top 10 list.
It readily started to No. 1 round in France and stays in that position now. Lupin is currently 93% new on Rotten Tomatoes. Since the launch of this show, the first Leblanc publication has recovered interest globally with it today trending on a lot of marketplaces from France, Italy, Spain, the U.S., UK, Korea, and many others. Only yesterday, French federal information tv, France Info, featured the series as part of its everyday children app,
70 millions, that's insane!! 🎉
So proud that Lupin is the first French Netflix Original series to be so successful internationally !
That wouldn’t have been possible without you. 🙏🏾
Thank you all. pic.twitter.com/cgehO0KGuZ
— Omar Sy (@OmarSy) January 19, 2021
France Info Junior, earning an Arsène Lupin scholar to teach the kids about the character’s origins.
Nelle prime 4 settimane di streaming, Lupin sarà stata vista da circa 70 milioni di spettatori in giro per il mondo. Mentre i romanzi di Maurice Leblanc sono tornati tra i libri più venduti, a distanza di 114 anni dall'uscita. Bel colpo, Omar. https://t.co/YD14MWg2Pt
— Netflix Italia (@NetflixIT) January 19, 2021
Set in Paris — and making sleek utilization of the town’s places — Lupin’s initial five-part show, Dans L’Ombre D’Arsène (In The Shadow Of Arsène), introduces Sy’s Diop who, as a teen, watched his lifetime upended when his dad died after being accused of a crime he did not commit.
— Strong Black Lead (@strongblacklead) January 17, 2021
Now, Diop is out to avenge his dad, and outwit pretty much everybody on the way.
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