Stranger Things 4 has become the most-viewed English language series on Netflix, beating Bridgerton season 2 and Bridgerton season 1. The sci-fi horror series raked in over 781.04 million hours viewed, since being released on May 27.

In the first three days of its release, Stranger Things 4 was viewed for over 287 million hours.

The second part of the penultimate season — Stranger Things 4 Volume 2 — will be released on July 1.

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According to Netflix’s Top 10 charts, the first part of Stranger Things 4 secured the top spot on the list of most-viewed English language shows in the first 28 days of their release. Bridgerton season 2 and Bridgerton season 1 have moved to the second and third spots, respectively.

Previously, Stranger Things 4 had broken another Netflix record that was with Bridgerton Season 2, when it garnered over 287 viewed hours in the first week of its release. However, it was still behind Squid Game. The South Korean dystopian thriller had over 1.65 billion viewed hours as the most viewed — English or non-English — series on Netflix.

The fifth season of Money Heist was in close area to Stranger Things 4 with over 792 million viewed hours.

Fans are waiting for the Stranger Things Volume 2 which arrives globally on Netflix on July 1 at 12:30pm IST/ 12am PT. The second part has two episodes with a combined run time of over four hours.

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It is believed that Stranger Things 4 will continue to amass more watch time through next Thursday.

According to Netflix, whose data is not independently verified, the following are the watch hours.

  1. Stranger Things 4: 781.0 million hours
  2. Bridgerton Season 2: 656.2 million hours
  3. Bridgerton Season 1: 625.4 million hours
  4. Stranger Things 3: 581.1 million hours
  5. Lucifer Season 5: 569.4 million hours.

Stranger Things” became a flagship series for Netflix immediately after its debut in 2016. The series introduced young actors Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin opposite seasoned veterans including Winona Ryder and David Harbour.