This Top 10 Netflix series traps influencers on an island

Spain produced one of Netflix’s greatest hits of all time (all five seasons Money Heista.k.a Money theft), a fact worth bearing in mind when any new Spanish-language content debuts on the streaming service. Of course, additional titles along these lines, like Netflix’s just released Welcome to Edenmight not turn into Money theftstyle cultural powerhouse. But these new releases are nonetheless fueling quite a massive appetite worldwide from viewers looking for Spanish-language TV series.

These series, along with Korean TV shows, are pretty much the only titles that appear in Netflix’s Top 10 non-English TV series week-over-week. Fun fact: Money theft is so huge that it’s getting a Korean remake that debuts on Netflix on June 24.

What is Welcome to Eden in regards to?

In the meantime, here’s what you need to know about Welcome to Edenthe newest addition to this stack of international content.

First, viewers might recognize some of the faces here. That’s thanks to the fact that the cast includes celebrities like Spanish pop stars Belinda and Ana Mena.

Excerpt from Netflix’s official summary for the series: “Are you happy? With this question, Zoa and four young attractive and socially active boys and girls are invited to the most exclusive party in history, on a secret island and organized by the brand of a new drink. What begins as an exciting adventure will soon turn into the trip of a lifetime. But paradise isn’t quite what it seems… Welcome to Eden.

This question (“Are you happy?”) is a text sent in an attempt to lure influencers to a booze-soaked party on a remote island. There, a propulsive electronic music soundtrack, tons of dancing and implied sex combine for an unforgettable free-for-all. The twist? Organizers picked a handful of attendees ahead of time, designating them as unable to leave the party.

New Netflix series from Spain

In all, Netflix aired eight episodes of this first season on Friday. So far, the show has also managed to get some positive early reviews. That’s even though a critical mass of criticism hasn’t really weighed in yet. Since Stable cut readyfor example, there’s this takeaway: “Welcome to Eden loves storyline-based drama while layering it with teenage tropes and a dash of sci-fi to keep audiences intrigued.

And an equally positive note, from decision maker. “Welcome to Eden gives its viewers just enough information in its first episode to generate a lot of questions, which means it does its job.

(Left to right) Amaia Aberasturi as Zao and Ana Mena as Judit, in the Netflix series “Welcome to Eden.” Image source: Lucia Faraig/Netflix

Tuesday, May 10, meanwhile, offers the first chance to see if this show has charted globally or not. The next release of Netflix’s weekly Top 10 global lists will be tomorrow, and we’ll see whether or not this title makes it into Netflix’s top 10 non-English language shows. Because on a consistent weekly basis, as noted above, this list always includes several Spanish-language titles as part of the mix.

In the United States alone, it must be added that the show is currently No. 2 (as of May 9) on the Top 10 Series ranking that is maintained daily in Netflix’s app.

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