This is the new viewing record that Stranger Things 4 has set and that will surprise you

Chances are you were one of the many users who contributed to this new Stranger Things 4 viewing record.

Season 4 of Stranger Things divided into two parts has been available since the end of May, and since its premiere it has not stopped being the main topic of conversation on social networks and even affecting the operation of the service itself.

There is no doubt that the final season of Stranger Things will put an end to one of the great series in history, but in the meantime season 4 has set records that have not been seen before.

And it is that according to Nielsen, Via Hollywood Reporter, Stranger Things 4 had 5.14 billion minutes of viewing in its premiere week from May 23 to 29 (it was not available every day), a figure that increased in the second week from May 30 to June 5 reaching 7.2 billion minutes of viewing.

Nielsen focuses on all the episodes of the series for their total ratings, so it is likely that the vast majority of the 7.2 billion minutes of viewing will come from the new episodes of the fourth season.

Adding both weeks, becomes the highest total for any series since Nielsen is collecting data on a weekly basis in recent years.

However, the closest thing we see on Netflix is ​​Tiger King and Ozark, which made 5 billion minutes of viewing in one week.

Its main competition Disney plus, with Obi-Wan Kenobi, also got an impressive 958 million minutes of viewing time in its second week, close to 1.3 billion minutes in the opening week. On Amazon Prime, The Boys achieved 919 million minutes of viewing in its debut week of June 3.

The top series in minutes of viewing from May 30 to June 5, according to Nielsen data, are as follows:

original series

  • 1. Stranger Things (Netflix), 7.2 billion minutes watched
  • 2. The Lincoln Lawyer (Netflix), 966 million
  • 3. Obi-Wan Kenobi (Disney+), 958 million
  • 4. The Boys (Prime Video), 919 million
  • 5. Ozark (Netflix), 644 million
  • 6. Wrong Side of the Tracks (Netflix), 291 million
  • 7. Grace and Frankie (Netflix), 271 million
  • 8. Night Sky (Prime Video), 242 million
  • 9. Workin’ Moms (Netflix), 215 million
  • 10. Floor Is Lava (Netflix), 214 million

Acquired series

  • 1. All American (Netflix), 1.25 billion minutes
  • 2. NCIS (Netflix), 692 million
  • 3. Cocomelon (Netflix), 615 million
  • 4. Criminal Minds (Netflix), 558 million
  • 5. Gilmore Girls (Netflix), 438 million
  • 6 Grey’s Anatomy (Netflix), 388 million
  • 7. Supernatural (Netflix), 367 million
  • 8. Outlander (Netflix), 364 million
  • 9. The Big Bang Theory (HBO Max), 352 million
  • 10. Friends (HBO Max), 346 million

This shows that when a series is of sufficient quality, it is rewarded with public support.

Source: computerhoy.com

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