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Having already broken through to the top of the global Netflix TV show charts after both its first and second acts, Riot Games’ animated League of Legends series “Arcane” is back at the top of the charts after Act 3, the final in its first season. Despite major competition across the globe from breakthrough series “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness,” “Cowboy Bebop,” and “Hellbound,” “Arcane” took the No. 1 spot in 33 countries, enough to make it the most-watched TV show on Netflix throughout the world.

Arcane ranks No. 1 on Netflix in 33 countries

With several new series breaking through on Netflix in the past week, “Arcane” faced stiff competition in major markets like the United States, United Kingdom and Canada. It also fell to No. 2 in South Korea, behind “Hellbound,” the hottest new series on the platform. Nevertheless, “Arcane” continued its domination of the global charts with No. 1 ranks in 33 different markets, making it the most-watched TV show on Netflix in the world for the third time.

The following is the complete list of countries where “Arcane” topped the TV show charts on Netflix:

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium
  3. Bulgaria
  4. Croatia
  5. Cyprus
  6. Czech Republic
  7. Denmark
  8. Egypt
  9. Estonia
  10. Finland
  11. France
  12. Germany
  13. Greece
  14. Hungary
  15. Iceland
  16. Jordan
  17. Latvia
  18. Lithuania
  19. Malta
  20. Netherlands
  21. Norway
  22. Poland
  23. Portugal
  24. Romania
  25. Russia
  26. Serbia
  27. Slovakia
  28. Slovenia
  29. Sweden
  30. Switzerland
  31. Turkey
  32. Ukraine
  33. Vietnam

Riot Games confirms Season 2 of ‘Arcane’ is in production

As covered Saturday, Riot Games CEO Nicolo Laurent tweeted in 2019 that the company was working on multiple seasons of “Arcane.” Because Riot had not made any further comments on there being more than one season of the show since then, and because that 2019 tweet generally went under the radar when it was made, it was a welcome surprise to many when Laurent’s comments resurfaced.

Of course, it wasn’t long after the season concluded that Riot officially confirmed Season 2 of “Arcane” was in the works during the “Undercity Nights” live event that the company put on to celebrate the series.

While Riot and Netflix have not yet hinted at a release date for “Arcane” Season 2, the series will not return in 2022.

All of the data used in this article was provided by streaming information site FlixPatrol.

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