Netflix’s ‘Lupine’ tops Bridgerton, ‘Queen’s Gambit’ with 70 million households – Deadline

Netflix Lupine is poised to set a global benchmark for a French series on the service with 70 million members expected to watch all five parts in its first 28 days. It’s bigger than other recent hit series in English Bridgerton (projected at 63M) and The queen’s gambit (62M). Omar Sy star debuted on Netflix on January 8 and quickly became the first French series to make the streamer’s top 10 American list.

He easily started at No. 1 in France and remains in that position today. Netflix reports that it has also ranked No.1 in Brazil, Vietnam, Argentina, Germany, Italy, Spain, Poland, Netherlands, Philippines, Sweden and many other countries. . Lupine is 93% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

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The UntouchablesSy plays the role of Assane Diop who uses the famous gentleman thief and master of disguise, Arsène Lupine, as a source of inspiration. The French Gaumont Television original is created by George Kay (Criminal UK, Killing Eve) in collaboration with François Uzan (Family Business) and is a contemporary adaptation of novels written by French writer Maurice LeBlanc, who created the character in 1905. The books have been adapted into dozens of television series and films over the years.

Since the release of the series, Leblanc’s original book has regained international interest and is now trending in many markets in France, Italy, Spain, US, UK, in Korea and others. Again yesterday, the French national news radio, FranceInfo, presented the program as part of its daily children’s program, FranceInfo Junior, calling on an academic Arsène Lupine to educate young people on the origins of the character.

Set in Paris – and making good use of the city’s venues – Lupine’s first five-episode series, Dans L’Ombre D’Arsène (In the Shadow of Arsène), presents Diop de Sy who, as a teenager, saw his life turned upside down when his father died after being accused of a crime he did not commit. Now Diop is there to avenge his father and outsmart just about everyone along the way.

Louis Leterrier (Now you see me, the incredible Hulk, Transporter 2) directs episodes 1 to 3 with Marcela Said (Narcos) on 4-5. Hervé Pierre, Nicole Garcia, Clotilde Hesme, Ludivine Sagnier, Antoine Gouy, Shirine Boutella and Soufiane Guerrab are also on the bill. Isabelle Degeorges and Nathan Franck are producers.

Here’s Sy celebrating the news:

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