Stranger Things Season 4 is celebrating the biggest premiere weekend ever

In not-so-strange news, Netflix shared that its hit show stranger things Season 4 set a historic record for the streaming service! Season 4 Volume 1 broke viewership ratings to become the most-watched English-language show on its premiere weekend.

The numbers coming to Netflix are huge – 286.79 million hours watched worldwide! Bridgeton Season 2 previously held the spot with over 193 million hours watched within the first three days of its release.

With stranger things With Season 4 Volume 2 only a few weeks away (coming out July 1st), I wouldn’t be surprised if the series broke another record. With the cliffhanger left, we’re beyond excited for the remaining two episodes of the season!

Stranger Things season 4 makes Netflix history

The sci-fi horror also set another record for the streaming giant. Managed to reach it “001 point” for the first time in 83 countries and thus set another record on the premiere weekend. And Max’s favorite song, the 1985 song “Running Up That Hill” by Kate Bush, is now #1 on iTunes! Oh what power this show has!

It’s not at all surprising that the series managed to break these records. It’s been a popular show since its debut in 2016. But add to that the nearly three-year wait between the end of season 3 and the debut of season 4 — you’ve got plenty of nerds waiting impatiently! Of course, once the new season was over, we binge-watched like we’ve never done before!

I’m very excited to see how things develop when Volume 2 is released. This will be a much faster clock and I bet fans will see these episodes more than once. Finally there are only two episodes left. The finale alone is two and a half hours long!

All seven episodes of stranger things Season 4 Volume 1 is now streaming on Netflix. Stranger Things Season 4 is celebrating the biggest premiere weekend ever

Aila Slisco

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