Squid Game has become Netflix's biggest ever series launch, beating the previous record set by Bridgerton.
It's been watched by 111,000,000 people in its first month.
The show took was in development for 10 years, and within 17 days of its release last month, the show has racked up 111m viewers worldwide.
The show follows people invited to take part in a mystery game for huge sums of money.
It took more than 10 years for Hwang Dong-hyuk to get Squid Game made.
It took just 17 days and 111M global fans for it to become our biggest series launch ever.
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) October 13, 2021
Squid Game currently has nine episodes in its first season, which was released in September.
It's overtaken Bridgerton, which includes Waterford actor Jamie Beamish, by over 29,000,000 viewers, with the Netflix drama reaching 89,000,000 viewers in its first month.
It is also the first Korean programme to become the most popular series in the US.
Netflix’s vice president of content for Korea, South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Minyoung Kim, told CNN “Today, Squid Game has broken through beyond our wildest dreams.”