Stranger Things Season 3 Breaks Netflix Records
That's a lot of views.
The latest set of Stranger Things episodes have proven to be quite popular with viewers, according to Netflix. Stranger Things Season 3 premiered on the 4th of July and managed to amass record viewership in its first few days of availability. The streaming network announced on Twitter that the show is "breaking records," citing some of its internal numbers.
According to Netflix, 40.7 million "household accounts" worldwide watched Stranger Things Season 3 after its first four days. That's higher than any other movie or TV show on Netflix after its first four days. According to Netflix, 18.2 million people finished the entire season in that span. (If you're one of them, be sure to check out our collection of Stranger Things 3 Easter eggs--of which there are many--broken down by episode.)
.@Stranger_Things 3 is breaking Netflix records!— Netflix US (@netflix) July 8, 2019
40.7 million household accounts have been watching the show since its July 4 global launch — more than any other film or series in its first four days. And 18.2 million have already finished the entire season.
A "view" according to Netflix is when an account watches 70 percent of an episode of a show or 70 percent of a movie.
Stranger Things Season 3 is pacing well ahead of some of the other most popular Netflix shows. 45 million homes worldwide watched Umbrella Academy during its first month, while Sex Education and You were pacing toward 40 million household views over their first months, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
With Stranger Things Season 3 reaching 40.7 million homes in four days, it's clear to see how hugely popular Stranger Things in comparison to Netflix's other big shows. If you haven't yet dived in, you can check out our Stranger Things Season 3 review for thoughts on how it's bounced back from Season 2.
For lots more on Stranger Things 3 and what's to come, check out the story below (but beware, it contains spoilers!)
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