The third season of the Netflix series, Stranger Things, it was only in the first month, more than 60 million subscriber households is examined. That is, the streaming service announced in its quarterly financial reports. This is season 3 of the sciencefictionserie of the best-watched Netflix’s Original shows ever.
The show, which takes place in the nineteen-eighties, resulted in more than 64 million views in just four weeks after its premiere on the 4th of July. A “view” is registered as a subscriber to the service, and 70 percent of an episode, or watching a movie.
In less than a week after the release of the third season, it made Netflix, is already known to 40.7 million subscriber households, as the show had seen. At that time it was already a record. More than eighteen million subscribers, households have had to the season, with eight episodes within a few days to complete.
Another series that Netflix figures brought out are, among others, the critically-acclaimed series is Unbelievable, in the first four weeks, a 32 million member accounts being viewed. Season 3 of ” La casa de papel (also known as a Money to People. it was the most-watched non-English-language series with a 44-million-sighted viewers.
Netflix had a heavy second-quarter results
Also, with the news that Netflix recovers from a poor second quarter of the year. Netflix, which is now 158 million subscriptions to count in the third quarter, with nearly 6.8 million members, added: “520.000 in the United States, and 6.3 million and beyond. This is just a little less than 7 million subscribers on Netflix have previously predicted that it would have to be added during the three months from July to september.
Netflix is preparing for an onslaught of competition from new streaming services such as Disney+ Apple TV+ HBO, Max, and st. john’s. As a result of this streamingoorlog have a lot of entertainment companies announced plans to make their hitshows and movies on Netflix to pick it up. This means, that Netflix, with a large amount of originals need to continue to provide the services which customers of the service will not be abandoned.