Streaming services: Netflix: “1899” in 90 countries in the top ten


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Netflix: “1899” in 90 countries in top ten

the "1899"Actors Andreas Pietschmann, Emily Beecham, Aneurin Barnard, Jantje Friese and Baran Bo Odar (lr) at the Premi

The “1899” actors Andreas Pietschmann, Emily Beecham, Aneurin Barnard, Jantje Friese and Baran Bo Odar (lr) at the premiere of the Netflix series in Berlin. photo

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More successful than “The Crown”: The series about mysterious events on a boat trip from London to New York is well received by Netflix audiences.

The German Netflix-Mystery series “1899” made it into the series top ten in 90 countries within its first four days online. It is number one in the “TV” category in countries such as Turkey, Brazil, India, Egypt and Germany, according to the streaming service’s weekly hit lists published on Tuesday evenings. “1899” was in the TV top ten in more countries than the Queen series “The Crown” (86 countries).

In eight episodes, “1899” tells of the mysterious events that took place during the voyage of a ship from London to New York.

The new series by “Dark” makers Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar was released on November 17th. According to Netflix, by Sunday (November 20) it had streamed 79.3 million hours worldwide.

In the global weekly top ten (November 14 to 20) in the “TV (English)” category, it was beaten only by the fifth season of “The Crown” released on November 9, which clocked in at 84.3 million hours (previous week 107.4 million). However, unlike “1899,” season five of “Crown” was available every day of the week.

The fact that the German production “1899” is being run as an English-language series is due to its multilingualism. In the series, emigrants from different countries go to America. This multinational aspect is also translated into language.

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