More than 10 years after the first book in the hit TV series, the hit book series ‘The Good Wife’ has surpassed the 100 million book mark in sales, with the series now topping the charts in Germany, Britain, France and the US.
According to Amazon.de, the book series was first released in March 2018 and sold more than 1 million copies.
The new figures show the series has more than tripled its sales since the series premiere in 2015.
Sales in Germany have reached an all-time high, reaching 1.1 million copies in 2018.
The figures for Britain and France are also impressive, with 2.7 million and 2.5 million copies respectively.
“The Secret Lives of Walter and Lydia White are a huge success, with each book sold in over 100 countries,” Amazon said in a statement.
“It’s also very clear that the series’ impact on the entertainment industry has been huge, and its success is just a part of the story.”
The series is based on the fictional life of White, a lawyer who became a prosecutor and a private investigator for the FBI in the wake of the Watergate scandal in the 1970s.
He also made a name for himself as a leading detective in the TV series ‘Dirty Harry’, but his personal life, especially after a fatal car crash in 1988, was a huge part of ‘The Wire’.’
The Wire’ was about the police and prosecutors investigating the murder of Baltimore, Maryland police officer Dennis O’Neill.
In the series, White becomes obsessed with a woman named Lydia, who is involved in a hit-and-run and the murder that took her life.
The series won three Emmys and was nominated for a fourth time, winning for best drama series, which it lost to ‘The Americans’.
“Walter White is the most popular and beloved of American criminal lawmen and the best-selling criminal book in history,” the book publishers said in the statement.
“The series, written by Bryan Fuller, is the story of a criminal lawyer, the best lawyer in the world, who becomes a criminal.”
The popularity of the series is not just because of the popularity of ‘Breaking Bad’, which won a second Emmy in 2016.
The show also stars Aaron Paul and Samira Wiley, and has spawned multiple spin-off TV shows.