With the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic, people were forced to stay at home. This limited the recreational activities allowed by people. In addition, since social distancing is a huge thing for this pandemic, hangouts and reunions tend to happen online.
Ultimately, since Netflix began to raise popularity throughout the globe, more and more viewers chose the over-the-top content platform for their leisurely activities and recreational bonding with friends and family. In connection with the pandemic, Netflix developed the Teleparty (formerly Netflix Party) in order for friends and families to be able to watch a movie together.
Here are the most watched in Hong Kong based on genres:
Anime – A Whisker Away
In 2020, Asian countries watch 100% more anime in 2020 than in 2019. A Whisker Away is a magical, love story which involves a cat. Obviously, based from the title.
K-Drama – Kingdom Season 2
Kingdom is one of Korea’s most action-packed zombie series. The timeline of the series is definitely a major twist!
Documentaries – BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky
Black Pink has definitely dominated the world and more and more Blinks have been continuously supporting the girl group. It is no surprise that this was the top watched documentary in 2020.
Reality TV – Too Hot to Handle; Floor is Lava
This reality show of the timeless childhood game makes it enjoyable and entertaining to anyone who enjoyed playing the actual game.
Action Film – Extraction, The Old Guard, Project Power
Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron, and Jamie Foxx – what’s not to love?
Horror – #Alive
Considering that citizens loved Kingdom, they would definitely stay tuned for #Alive as well.
Drama – The Queen’s Gambit: Limited Series
This series gave everyone a huge checkmate.
It isn’t too late to watch these top-watched shows and satisfy that curiosity lingering with their popularity. And with the accessibility of online food delivery, munching on your favorite healthy meals while watching a good movie or series will definitely be top grossing satisfaction.
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