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Alice in Borderland: Breaking Records for Non-English TV as a Japanese Series

by Neil Bui

Since the premiere of its second season on December 22, Alice in Borderland has reached the #1 spot on the Global Non-English TV list accumulating 61.2 million hours of total watch time.

The highly anticipated survival thriller has set a record for the most hours viewed in a week for a Japanese series, with total viewing hours for both seasons reaching approximately 80 million.

In its first week, the second season alone reached the Top 10 Series list in 90 countries, including the #1 Series spot in 9 countries.

With its first season, Alice in Borderland climbed back to the Global Non-English TV Top 10 list as #2 and made the Top 10 Series list in 31 countries.

Congratulations to the cast and crew of the series on an undeniably successful second season!

Catch both seasons now on Netflix! And, most importantly, don’t forget to head over to Dorkaholics and check out our review of season 2 and share your own thoughts!

About Alice in Borderland Season 2: Arisu (Kento Yamazaki) and Usagi (Tao Tsuchiya) are chasing the mystery of “Borderland” in order to return to their real world. They meet their friends, enemies, and the mastermind behind the  “game” at a place that seems to be the key to unlocking the mystery… When all the cards are collected, will they be able to return to their real world?

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