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‘Stranger Things 4’ To Become Netflix’s Most-Watched English Language Series



Most Watched English Language Series

Stranger Things 4 Vol. 1 logged 335.01M hours seen in its first full week of release to shoot up to #3 on Netflix’s all-time list for English-language series with 621.80m hours viewed in 10 days. With just Bridgerton Season 2 (656M) and Bridgerton S1 (625M) in front of it on the list, which estimates viewership during a season’s first 28 days on the help, Stranger Things is set to climb to the #1 spot in the next few days.

The May 27 debut of the first seven episodes of “Stranger Things” Season 4 denoted Netflix’s greatest premier end of the weekend ever, attracting 287 million hours viewed in only three days. Presently, after the season’s most memorable entire seven-day stretch of accessibility, its prosperity proceeded and broke another, and greater, record.

It’s Netflix’s third most famous English-language TV season of all time. Netflix calculates that list in light of viewership during a title’s first 28 days of accessibility, meaning the “Stranger Things” Season 4 actually has 18 days to move much higher up the chart.

The sci-fi series likewise is ensured to complete somewhere around second on Netflix’s general all-time list for English and non-English programming, with just phenom Squid Game hindering it’s with its astounding 1.65 billion hours viewed in the first 28 days.

For the week of May 30-June 5, Stranger Things 4 Volume 1 became the most-watched season of English-language TV in a single week on Netflix and hit #1 on the Top 10 lists in 91 countries, a first for an English TV series.

It was a Stranger Things clear at the highest point of Netflix’s week after week English-language TV chart. Season 1 was at #2 with 75.08M hours viewed, S2 at #3 with 58.27M hours viewed, and S3 at #4 with 47.42M hours viewed. Breakout The Lincoln Lawyer was the most-watched non-Stranger Things title at #5 with 42.5 million hours viewed.

Moreover, Kate Bush’s track “Running Up That Hill” entered the main 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the first time in its 37-year history.

According to the streamer’s newly released weekly Top 10 rankings, “Stranger Things” Season 4, Volume 1 has likewise crushed the record for the most-viewed show in seven days among Netflix’s English-language TV series, with 335 million hours watched from May 30 to June 5.

That title was recently held constantly time of “Bridgerton,” which racked up 251.74 million hours viewed for the seven-day stretch of March 28 to April 3 — its first full week on the streaming service. South Korean drama “Squid Game” actually holds the general record for the most-viewed show on Netflix across a seven-day period, among both English-language and non-English-language titles, with 571.76 million hours viewed in one week.

With those impressive stats, “Stranger Things 4” retained its No. 1 position on Netflix’s Top 10 list for English-language TV series during the May 30-June 5 viewing window. (The available episodes are roughly nine hours long in total.)

Season 1 of the Duffer brothers’ science fiction series reappeared in the Top 10 the prior week Season 4 premiered, and last week, the second and third seasons made the chart too. That trend continued with this week: Season 1 led the pack, coming in second place after being viewed for 75.1 hours between May 30 and June 6. Season 2 followed in the No. 3 position with 58.3 million hours viewed, with Season 3 as No. 4 with 47.4 million hours. All in all, “Stranger Things” was viewed for a collective 515.8 million hours during this viewing period.

The proceeded the pertinence of the series is certain. Nielsen reported Monday that the consolidated viewing of each of the four seasons made “Stranger Things” the third series ever to pull in north of 5 billion minutes viewed one week, and that statistic doesn’t account for viewing on mobile devices or in other countries.

And culturally, the show continued to generate headlines, with fans analyzing all that from characters’ sexual directions to their birthday events and elevating ’80s anthems to new popularity.

The last two episodes of “Stranger Things” Season 4 will premiere on July 1.

In, the No. 5 situation on the Top 10 English-language TV series list for May 30 to June 5 with 42.5 million hours viewed as “The Lincoln Lawyer,” and Season 4 of “All American” came in sixth place with 30.6 million hours. Somewhere else on the chart was “Ozark” Season 4 (16.8 million), “The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib” (10.5 million hours), “Bridgerton” Season 2 (10 million hours), and “The Blacklist” Season 8 (8.7 million hours).

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