In its third week on Netflix, Stranger Things 4 Vol. 1 racked up 102.26 million hours of viewing time. It dropped from the second full week’s total of 159.2 million and this first week’s total of 335 million. The Duffer Brothers’ blockbuster period series has accumulated 883.30 million hours of watching after twenty-four days and may surpass the 900 million mark as Netflix’s 28-day measurement timeframe wrapped up.
When Stranger Things 4 Vol. 2 comes out, the overall viewership for the fourth season is projected to top 1 billion, but with Vol. 2 containing just two episodes compared to Vol. 1’s seven, Squid Game‘s record of 1.6 billion views in the first 28 days is likely to be surpassed.
Following two weeks of the four seasons of Stranger Things holding the top four spots on Netflix’s English-language Top 10, Peaky Blinders Season 6 (61.4M) and First Kill: Season 1 (48.8M) broke the formation, climbing to No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, in their second week, with Stranger Things’ prior three seasons holding slots 4-6 for the week of June 13.
The most recent installment of Peaky Blinders was also able to propel the series’ first season into the top ten (at No. 10).
Stranger Things 4 reached the top 10 in 93 countries worldwide.