Stranger Things season 4 breaks new record days after it premiered.
After three years of the third season and following in the wake of pandemic-fueled delays, many had wondered if “Stranger Things 4” would prove to be as popular with Netflix subscribers as previous seasons. Would the long wait cause fans to lose interest or would they only become more ravenous to consume the new season because of the wait?
Well, this have proven positive because Season four of the thriller which debuted last Friday, three years after season three, has gone on to knock ‘Bridgerton’ season off Netflix’s most viewed weekend record with 286.8 million views.
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According to Netflix’s newly released viewership records, the show’s season now holds the coveted spot as the biggest premiere weekend yet for an English-language Netflix series. While ‘Bridgerton’ season 2 remains the streamer’s most watched English show, the new season of the Sci-fi has snatched its opening weekend record of 193 million views.
Netflix also announced that the new season has become the first season to reach number one in over 83 countries.
The show’s new season first debuted with seven episodes on May 27 with the concluding part confirmed for July 1. The season so far confirms reports that fans are to expect longer episodes as the season is five hours longer than the show’s previous seasons.
’Stranger Things’ which was created by ‘Stranger Things’ is created and produced by Duffer Brothers, Matt and Ross Duffer.
The show follows a group of high school juniors battling the forces of a parallel universe. The show, which is one of Netflix’s biggest franchises, will end in season five.
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