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After a first, moderately successful season in Spain, La Casa de Papel has captured a global audience through Netflix.

la casa de papel 06 mar 2018Following an agreement between Atresmedia and Netflix last summer, the fictional series joined the subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) catalogue at the beginning of 2018. Just a few weeks after its release, the series hit IMDB’s TV series top-20 popularity ranking, with nearly 30,000 votes and an average 8.8 rating, ahead of hits including Modern Family and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and classics like Friends.

La Casa de Papel has repeatedly been reported by TV Time’s The Binge Report as one of the most binge-watched shows across global SVOD platforms and its last report cited it as the most binge-watched series worldwide.

The TV show, produced by Vancouver Media, has specifically gained traction in Latin America, particularly in Mexico, Argentina, Peru and Chile.

La Casa de Papel, which averaged over two million viewers and a 14.4% share of Spain’s prime time, is split into two parts on Netflix, with the final episodes set to be released globally on 6 April.