‘Parasyte: The Grey’ Takes the World by Storm, Leading Global Charts

parasyte the grey review
parasyte the grey review
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Netflix’s series Parasyte: The Grey has skyrocketed to the top of the Netflix Global TOP 10 Series (Non-English) category since its release on April 5th, capturing the attention of viewers worldwide.

Parasyte: The Grey revolves around a dedicated team named The Grey, formed to counter parasitic beings seeking to expand their influence by using humans as hosts. Central to the narrative is a human named Su In, who finds himself in a symbiotic relationship with one of the parasites.

By April 10th, merely three days following its release, Parasyte: The Grey amassed an impressive 6,300,000 viewing hours—a metric derived from the series’ total watched hours divided by its running time. Additionally, it has secured a position in the TOP 10 lists across 68 countries, including but not limited to South Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Argentina, France, Germany, Japan, India, and New Zealand.

The series has been met with universal acclaim for its intricate world-building, rich character development, and thought-provoking themes. Domestic critics have praised the show, with comments like “Yeon Sang Ho’s expertise in depicting parasitic life forms has truly shone through” (Sports Chosun), and “It captures a unique thrill distinct from the original, filled with imagination” (JTBC). Others have noted, “A groundbreaking work has emerged, shocking in both visuals and storyline” (MTN News).

International media echo this sentiment, with reviews praising the series for its “excellent characters and a wonderfully orchestrated plot make ‘Parasyte: The Grey’ a thrilling watch” (MovieWeb), highlighting the strong performances and the tightly woven narrative that keeps viewers on the edge of their seats.

>> ‘Parasyte: The Grey’ Tops Netflix TV Charts, Earns Raves for Gripping Story and Action

Source: Netflix

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