Stranger Things 4 Breaks Streaming Record

Stranger Things Season 4 has been a record-breaking success for Netflix, with the first portion of the current season having the most hours watched in a weekend premiere for a streaming series at a staggering 286.79 million. Volume 2 of the season continued this massive success with its premiere this morning leading to Netflix crashing and being inaccessible to many of its users with reports of problems with Netflix reaching over 13,000 in the early Friday morning. Now, we know that the series has once again broken a record, with Stranger Things Season 4 setting a new Nielsen Streaming record for most viewing time for a week.

For the week of May 30-June 5, Stranger Things saw a total of 7.2 billion minutes of viewing time according to Nielsen. This is the highest weekly total of any streaming title since the weekly ranking’s inception in 2020. This continues the fourth season’s record-breaking streak as it also holds the biggest two-week tally for any streaming show for the weeks of May 23-29 and May 30-June 5, bringing in a two-week total of 12.34 billion viewing minutes. It is also important to note that Nielsen’s streaming ratings only cover the viewing minutes on TV sets and only measures U.S. audiences, so the time that people spent watching the series on either computers or mobile devices, as well as the viewers from outside the US, were not counted in the Nielsen rating.

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