Omar Sy, as Assane Diop in Lupin, sizes up the target of his next heist from the Louvre Museum in the French hit series on Netflix. Photo: TNS Omar Sy, as Assane Diop in Lupin, sizes up the target of his next heist from the Louvre Museum in the French hit series on Netflix. Photo: TNS
Omar Sy, as Assane Diop in Lupin, sizes up the target of his next heist from the Louvre Museum in the French hit series on Netflix. Photo: TNS

Netflix’s Lupin, on the heels of Money Heist, suggests US TV dominance is waning as European and Korean dramas find international appeal

  • The emergence of Netflix, but also Amazon and Disney+, has opened a market, and a shop window, for international streaming content, riding on HBO’s success
  • European, South Korean, and Latin American companies have realised their premium content can have wide appeal, and their storytelling has evolved

Topic |   Streaming video and TV
Omar Sy, as Assane Diop in Lupin, sizes up the target of his next heist from the Louvre Museum in the French hit series on Netflix. Photo: TNS Omar Sy, as Assane Diop in Lupin, sizes up the target of his next heist from the Louvre Museum in the French hit series on Netflix. Photo: TNS
Omar Sy, as Assane Diop in Lupin, sizes up the target of his next heist from the Louvre Museum in the French hit series on Netflix. Photo: TNS
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