Stranger Things Season 4 breaks Netflix’s with over 287 million hours of views by subscribers in its premiere weekend. That record previously went to Bridgerton for Season 2. The Netflix science fiction horror drama now has the biggest-ever premiere weekend of an English-language series. Season 4 of Stranger Things picks up where the last season left off. El, Will, Jonathan, and Joyce live in California, while Nancy, Steve, Mike, Dustin, Max, and Lucas are still in Hawkins. This season shows what happened to Hopper as well. If the Stranger Things millions of hours of views for Season 4 tells you anything, it’s that the latest season is binge-worthy. In fact, all four seasons of the series became some of the most popular titles for the steaming service during the week of May 23-30. Fans had to refresh their memories regarding where El, Will, Max, Mike, Dustin, and Lucas left off.
El, Mike, Lucas, Max, Will, and Dustin Have a Long Journey Ahead
Each episode is longer than usual since the Netflix science fiction horror drama series is nearing its end. There are enormous cliffhangers left after episode 7 of Season 4. Hopper is still stuck in Russia. El is readying herself to face a foe that she has long since repressed. The biggest problem is that El, Will, Max, Mike, Dustin, and Lucas are still not in the same state. Fans racked up millions of views getting through the latest season of Stranger Things. The Netflix science fiction horror drama series still has two more episodes that will drop on July 1. Hopefully, El, Will, Max, Mike, Dustin, and Lucas will reunite. The 287 million hours of views for Season 4 of Stranger Things reflects the chaos of this season.
There are so many problems the characters face in the series, The Duffer Brothers (creators of the series) have a lot of loose ends to tie up. All seasons of Stranger Things (and most of Season 4) are available now on Netflix.