There’s a relatively new series on Netflix that’s getting people talking, and it’s called Extraordinary Attorney Woo. It’s been revealed that this new series has topped Netflix’s chart for non-English shows for the third week in a row! That’s quite some achievement.
The series is yet another South Korean show that’s been performing very well on Netflix. We actually did an in-depth article on the series and whether it’ll be getting a second season or not. We thought the show was a real breath of fresh air and it’s unlike anything we’ve seen on the streaming platform.
However, this show isn’t actually a Netflix original. It’s available to stream on the platform in various territories. However, in South Korea, it was actually developed and produced by a network called ENA. It first aired on the network on June 29th, and then new episodes of the series were released every Wednesday.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo tops Netflix’s non-English language show charts!
The series is now available to stream on Netflix, and ever since then, it’s found a huge audience internationally. This is great news for the series, and also great news for people who’ve been waiting for a season 2! It’s literally just been revealed that the series has been renewed for a second season!
This comes after the show was watched for over 69.4 million hours during the week of August 8th to the 14th. It ended up leading Netflix’s official top 10 chart for non-English TV programs available on the service for three weeks. It’s still sitting in first place in that particular chart.
Will there be another season?
The show revolves around a lawyer named Woo Young-woo (played by Park Eun-bin), who is brilliant with an outstanding memory but lacks social skills and empathy due to being on the autism spectrum. It really is a brilliant show that I believe you should all check out as soon as you can.
What do you make of this news? Are you going to be watching Extraordinary Attorney Woo on Netflix, or have you already streamed it? If so, let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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