Servants - Netflix

Servants is bold and irreverent, written by Lucy Gannon who's known for such TV hits as Soldier Soldier, Bramwell, Hope and Glory and Insiders. Set below stairs in a country house in 1850s England, the drama focuses on the ambitions of the servants who make the household work.

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2003-04-10

Servants - Fate/Grand Order - Netflix

Fate/Grand Order is an online free-to-play role-playing game based on the Fate/stay night visual novel game and franchise by Type-Moon, developed by Delightworks. The game is centered around turn-based combat where the player, who takes on the role of a Master, summons and commands powerful familiars known as “Servants” to battle their enemies. The story narrative is presented in a visual novel format, and each Servant has their own personal scenario which the player can explore. It was first released on July 29, 2015, on Android, with a subsequent release on August 12 on iOS. An English version was released on June 25th 2017 in the United States and Canada. A Korean version was released on November 21, 2017. Fate/Grand Order grossed $982 million in 2017, making it the year's sixth highest-grossing mobile game.

Servants - Commercial reception - Netflix

In 2018, Fate/Grand Order drew widespread media attention due to reports of a 31-year old Japanese man identified only as Daigo, claiming to have spent $70,000 to purchase the game's currency called Saint Quartz. This is used to summon servants. Daigo kept on spending cash in-game in his desire to get high-level characters and ended up spending more to strengthen them once they were acquired. In an interview, the gamer said, “Some people spend $18 on a movie and feel moved. I’ve spent $70,000 on FGO. But it moves me.” This incident highlighted the popularity of FGO. According to The Wall Street Journal, the game is now partly responsible for Sony's soaring operating profit, which is expected to break $1 billion this fiscal year. As of March 2018, the app contributes an average of $2.5 million every day. The game is very popular in Japan and reports indicate that the level is comparable to the success of Pokémon Go. FGO is also gaining traction in other parts of the world such as in U.S. and Canada where it already surpassed 1 million downloads after its June 2017 Android release there. According to weekly revenue estimates from analyst firm Priori Data, Fate/Grand Order grossed approximately $370 million from in-app purchases between August 2015 and December 2016, including $175 million on the App Store (peaking at $5.6 million weekly revenue) and $195 million on Google Play (peaking at $3.3 million weekly). The game later grossed ¥89.6 billion ($799 million) in Japan between January 2017 and October 3, 2017. Fate/Grand Order went on to gross $982 million worldwide in 2017, making it the year's sixth highest-grossing mobile game. In January 2018, it was the month's fifth highest-grossing game on the Google Play Store, where it grossed $17.81 million that month. The game had a monthly revenue of at least ¥10 billion ($89.15 million) in February 2018. The game had an estimated monthly revenue of $58 million in both April 2018 and May 2018 (grossing $116 million over the two months), with Sensor Tower estimating Japanese revenue at $29 million on the App Store and $24 million on Google Play, Chinese revenue at $3 million on the App Store, and the English version's revenue at $1 million on the App Store and $1 million on Google Play. Combined, the game has grossed at least $1.602 billion between August 2015 and May 2018.

Servants - References - Netflix