My "Video and Audio Storytelling" training of approximately 50 hours in 18 lessons is live "on demand": bit.ly/3n5BiPr In the past days, some statistical data fell in front of Netflix's global managers in America. A report. Looking at the report, executives' eyes widened. They had been observing that the tastes of the American audience had changed for some time, but this was the first time they had encountered such a data. Were the American audience, who were too lazy to read subtitles and for that reason even mocked the movie masterpieces produced in the rest of the world, begin to change? Numbers don't lie. All over the world, Netflix allocates large budgets so that each country can produce productions in their own language and that reflect their own culture. Of course for commercial reasons. Today, we know that Netflix produces content in more than 60 languages. The statistic in front of those executives, reporting the "abnormal" rise of a Korean drama: Squid Game. The rise of Squid Game did not end there, this interesting production is now the most watched series on Netflix.Squid Game is a children’s Game. Played in Korea. It looks like our hopscotch game in a way. So how did this series about a children’s game reach such huge viewing figures?