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Family Man is fourth on IMDb’s list of most popular shows in the world, Manoj Bajpayee celebrates

Actor Manoj Bajpayee is in a celebratory mode as The Family Man made it to the IMDb’s list of most popular TV shows in the world, which also features Loki and Mare of Easttown.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: June 21, 2021 3:41:41 pm
the family man 2The Family Man 2 is streaming on Amazon Prime Video. (Photo: Amazon Studios)

There is no end to celebrations for the team of The Family Man 2. The Raj and DK show has now featured on Most Popular TV Shows in the world on the enviable fourth position. Loki, Sweet Tooth and Mare of Easttown are the three shows preceding the Amazon Prime Video release.

Manoj reshared a screenshot of the list on Instagram handle. The show’s first season has ranked on the list. The critically acclaimed second season of the show landed earlier this month. The song is ahead of Friends, Game of Thrones, WandaVision and Breaking Bad on the list.


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IMDb decides its rankings based on user votes. The global rankings keep on changing from time to time. No other Indian TV show appears on the top 100 list.

Speaking to, Raj and DK had spoken about season 3 of Family Man and where it is heading. “The story was always there. Not that particular scene (the last sequence) but the idea of where the show is heading was always there even as we wrote season two. As we were discussing season two, we were discussing other ideas that are going to come later. So we knew where it was heading, what world it was going to focus on and what kind of things are going into it,” the directors said.

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