Published: Thu, July 11, 2019
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

1 in 3 Binged on Entire 'Stranger Things' Season 3

1 in 3 Binged on Entire 'Stranger Things' Season 3

It's nearly a Game of Thrones-style success for the new season since the insanely hyped series finale of HBO's GoT reached 19 million viewers in the USA, according to the cable network.

"Stranger Things" had been watched by 40.7 million accounts since its release on Thursday on Netflix. "But I think that's the right thing to do and I think it'll be exciting".

EP Shawn Levy also confirmed that we can expect all the little storylines that ended season three to be picked back up in season four, which hopefully means we're in for Steve and Robin working at the video store, as well as Eleven and Mike's long distance relationship and Joyce's new start in life.

Every new season of Stranger Things presents an opportunity for companies to embrace their retro side with nostalgic products that tie in to the Netflix hit set in the 1980s, and Stranger Things 3 is no different.

However, in season two it was revealed Brenner had survived this and is still alive.

Stranger Things star Noah Schnapp believes his character Will Byers's sexuality is "up to the audience's interpretation".

Will's sexuality has been a topic of discussion since the series began in 2016, and Noah previously addressed the rumours, writing on Instagram: "For me, Will being gay or not is besides the point".

Season 3 of Stranger Things was released on the streaming platform on July 4 and has been viewed more than any other film or series, after the first four days of its release.

Hopefully, if season 4 does take place (and it very well should) that will be one of the things explored.

If you spent your Fourth of July binging the new season of 'Stranger Things, ' you're not alone.

Not only has the show been wildly successful for the streaming service, but the show's creators, brothers Ross and Matt Duffer, have pretty much already figured out what they want to do with season four.

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