“Hellbound” wins Best Horror Series Of 2021 at Golden Tomato Awards
Netflix’s “Hellbound” has been named the best horror series of 2021 by Rotten Tomatoes.
Director Yeon Sang-ho’s “Hellbound” ranked first in the 2021 Golden Tomato Best Horror Series category. “Hellbound” is a Netflix series depicting the story of a supernatural phenomenon in which people are sentenced to hell without notice, and those who want to reveal the reality of the revived religious group New Truth Society.
Rotten Tomatoes, a global movie rating site, hosts the Golden Tomato Awards, which selects and announces the best movies and series every year. Two months after its release, “Hellbound” still maintained the Rotten Tomatoes freshness index of 97%, ranking first among the horror series in 2021. Paramount+’s “Evil: Season 2”, Apple TV’s “Calls”, Netflix’s “Midnight Mass: Limited Series” and horror icon “Chucky” took second~fifth place respectively. Rotten Tomatoes said, “Summoned by the devilish imagination of writer-director Yeon Sang-ho, ‘Hellbound’ leverages its terrifying concept to thoughtfully explore human fallibility.”
“Hellbound”, once again recognized for its freshness and originality by topping the Golden Tomato Best Horror Series, hit the Netflix TOP 10 list in 71 countries, including Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Jamaica and Nigeria immediately after its release. In just 3 days, it recorded 43.48 million views and took the top spot in the global TOP 10 TV (non-English) category. In addition, before its release, it was invited to the world’s leading film festivals such as the Toronto International Film Festival, the BFI London Film Festival and the Busan International Film Festival.
“Hellbound”, which became a hot topic as it ranked first in the 2021 Golden Tomato Best Horror Series category, can be streamed on Netflix.