Among Netflix’s new titles, some have managed to climb the charts quickly. While Richard Gadd’s “Baby Reindeer” has remained as the number one series almost since its premiere, some shows are starting to gain popularity. One of them is the K-drama “The Atypical Family.”

According to FlixPatrol, a specialized website that collects viewership data, “The Atypical Family” has reached the eighth spot of the global Top 10. The series, unlike some of Netflix’s original content, airs weekly as part of their deal with JTBC.

However, that hasn’t been an impediment for the show to become one of the most watched, with only two episodes available. So, if you want to learn more about this South Korean drama, which blends romance and fantasy, here’s all you need to know.

‘The Atypical Family,’ a K-drama triumphing on Netflix

Starring Jang Ki-yong, Chun Woo-hee, Go Doo-shim, and Claudia Kim, the series follows Bok Gwi-joo and his family. The clan possess superpowers, but they are losing them due to chronic illness and struggles with modern living. However, their fortunes take a turn when they cross paths with Do Da-hae.

Bok Gwi-joo (Jang Ki-yong) has the ability to go back in time and revisit happy memories. However, due to the death of his wife, he has lost his power, as he is now struggling with depression. Meanwhile, Chun Woo-hee plays Do Da-hae, who has been presented as a mysterious woman who helps the family, but her motives remain unknown.

What is the release schedule for ‘The Atypical Family’?

Each episode airs at 10:30 p.m. KST (9:30 a.m. ET/6:30 a.m. PT) every Saturday and Sunday before coming to Netflix internationally shortly after. The full remaining release schedule for The Atypical Family is:

Episode 3: Saturday, May 11
Episode 4: Sunday, May 12
Episode 5: Saturday, May 18
Episode 6: Sunday, May 19
Episode 7: Saturday, May 25
Episode 8: Sunday, May 26
Episode 9: Saturday, June 1
Episode 10: Sunday, June 2