Video review | The 2nd part of the 4th season of ‘Stranger Things’ has a CINEMATOGRAPHIC look, but it slips into the script..

Editor Renato Marafon brings the video review for the 2nd part of the 4th season of ‘Stranger Things’, which is now available on Netflix.

Despite the cinematic aspect, the two episodes have a somewhat slow pace.

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According to Variety, “Stranger Things” reached the 1st position among the 10 most-watched streaming shows in the space of a week.

In a survey conducted by Nielsen, the Netflix series was watched for 7.2 billion minutes between May 30 and June 5.

The attraction topped popular series such as ‘The Lincopln Lawyer’ (966 billion minutes), ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ (958 billion) and ‘The Boys’ (949 billion).

Indeed, the highlighted period marks the first week of “Stranger Things” Season 4 Volume 1.

Previously, “Tiger King” and “Ozark” were the only titles that managed to exceed 5 billion minutes viewed in a week, both reaching that milestone in March 2020.

Already, the viewing figures released by Netflix for the opening weekend of volume 1, which consists of seven episodes of approximately nine hours, were 286.8 million hours – or approximately 17.2 billion minutes.

However, as Nielsen combines the viewership of all available seasons, a more appropriate comparison would be Netflix’s report that seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4 were watched for a total of 371.3 million hours – or 22.3 billion minutes – between May 23 and 29.

Yet, since Netflix measures viewing across all devices, while Nielsen only counts TV viewing, there will always be a gap.

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