OK, so we are not here to judge, but someone in Singapore streamed “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted” 194 times in 2017, according to the Southeast Asian country’s Netflix streaming statistics for this year.
That person may have really enjoyed Dreamworks’ 2012 hit so much that he/she watched it every other day. Based on the reviews collated by Rotten Tomatoes, the movie is reportedly “dazzlingly colorful and frenetic for the kids” and “boasts enough surprising smarts to engage parents along the way.”
Despite the movie’s apparent awesomeness, however, the feat is still quite remarkable considering the average Netflix member only watched 60 movies this year.
According to Coconuts Singapore, Netflix also revealed the Singaporeans’ affinity for Korean drama series “My Only Love Song”. They also binged “The Mist”, “Greenleaf”, “American Vandal”, “One More Time” and everyone’s least favorite Defender, “Iron Fist”.
The popular streaming site also identified shows that excited Singapore streamers watched ahead of their significant others, such as “Narcos”, “Black Mirror”, “13 Reasons Why”, and “Mindhunter”. Meanwhile shows like “Stranger Things”, “Riverdale”, “Chef’s Table”, and “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” together were watched by entire families.
Singaporeans were also revealed to be avid binge watchers as they can finish an entire TV series in just three days, which is a tad faster than the rest of the Netflix-bingeing population of the world.