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Stranger Things Season 3 Breaks Netflix Viewing Records

11 July 2019

Created by Humouring the Fates, a small independent animations studio in the USA, this two-minute long anime will take you back through every important scene of Stranger Things so you are better prepared to enjoy season 3.

Now that you're done binge-watching the latest season of Stranger Things (well, most of us are, right?), it's time to move on to the next big streamable TV show.

Ahead of this year's Independence Day, fans lined the Santa Monica Pier for a Stranger Things-themed fair, though wait times were said to be between six and seven hours because of the rampant interest.

Netflix hasn't always been sharing its viewing figures, however it revealed Bird Box broke its streaming records upon its release in January.

The Netflix original Stranger Things has broken the record for the most-viewed series on Netflix.

Among those millions of viewers who happily tore through the new season was the CEO of a Netflix competitor.

"Stranger Things Monopoly" comes in retro-flavored packaging.

Season three ended with Joyce Byers moving out of Hawkins for a new start with sons Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) and Will (Noah Schnapp), as well as orphan Jane "Eleven" Hopper (Millie Bobby Brown).

The question then becomes: How much is planned at this point, considering Netflix has yet to confirm a fourth season?

Neither Netflix nor Modine has confirmed a return to Stranger Things.

Dr Martin Brenner is not confirmed for Stranger Things season four, though some fans are convinced he is the one in the Russian base at the end of the current series.

Dungeons & Dragons may be the game of choice for the young heroes of Stranger Things, but only one board game truly captures the singular obsession of the 1980s: real estate.

Have You Watched Any or All of the Eight New Episodes? . It's available at Hasbro, game shops, and on Amazon.

Stranger Things Season 3 Breaks Netflix Viewing Records