After creating a never-ending hype from two of the hair-rising seasons, Netflix’s Stranger Things 3 has smashed another record for the streaming agency. The just-launched season of supernatural drama has managed to charm around half a million viewers post debut.
The familiar red and black title sequence has a lot more to offer his viewers. Our old friends are letting us ride down the lanes of nostalgia with their retro sailor outfits and some ’80s references.
Stranger Things Season 3 to set some stronger records
Stranger Things 3 has propelled his superiority over other Netflix’s Originals through a dense plot and a complete techno-pop music. The same has been confirmed by Netflix in the agency’s recent social media announcement.
The third yet last season of Netflix’s Stranger Things has managed to shatter the streamer’s viewership records within four days of premiere. In words of Netflix, Stranger Things Season 3 has garnered around 40.7 million views post global launch on Thursday. Moreover, more than 18.2 million show lovers have binged watch the entire season.
.@Stranger_Things 3 is breaking Netflix records!
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.
— Netflix US (@netflix) July 8, 2019
The views are readily more than the combined views of Riverdale and Jessica Jones post four days of release.
So, what’s really stopping you to record the same win. Do spare yourself some boozing hours this weekend to conclude the season in one-go.
— Strong Black Lead (@strongblacklead) July 8, 2019
What makes the series so intriguing?
This time, the Hawkins kids are going to fights the most biggest, scariest monsters. Meanwhile, the central plot of the series, remains the same; with good Hawkins’ citizens fighting off the evil creatures in a more ‘stronger’ way.
The rambling houses, lumbering beats and a heartfelt friendship: the Stranger Things fans couldn’t have asked for more.
— Andrew (@ajhmate) July 9, 2019