Mo Abudu has announced that the much talked about Blood sisters limited series which was released on Netflix on May 5, has now become the most viewed Nigerian movie on the platform; a position that was previously held by Kemi Adetiba’s King of Boys series.
Announcing the feat on her Instagram page moments ago, Mo Abudu disclosed that Blood sisters is topping the chart in over 20 countries.
Read her press release below:
“Good morning beautiful people
The last few days have been surreal – I’m not sure how else to describe it.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all so much for watching Blood Sisters.
Thanks for your calls, messages and comments on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and email. To all my friends and family who have gone above and beyond to show me, love, I appreciate and love you all
We know we have reached a new milestone in so many countries around the world!!! We hit the Netflix Top Ten charts in over 20 countries, including Nigeria, USA, UK, Canada, France, Belgium, Kenya, South Africa, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, UAE and others! We trended on Twitter like never before and the conversation about the show has been non-stop.
It’s been a compulsive, 4-episode binge for so many people, watching again and again! 😁😁😁
The entire team worked so hard to bring Blood Sisters to life and we are over the moon that you love what we created.
We have never experienced this level of patronage and acceptance for any of our shows. This feels like a new beginning – a new bar has been set for the work we do at EbonyLife Studios and EbonyLife Films.
To our partners, NETFLIX, thank you so much for believing in us and taking this journey with us on the production of Nigeria’s First Original Series.
The major takeaway from what I have witnessed this weekend is that the world is ready to embrace our stories. We can do this as Nigerians! 🇳🇬
To the Blood Sisters team, we move with LOVE”
Kemi Filani recalls that since its release, Blood sisters has been garnering positive reviews even from critics all over Nigeria and the world at last.