Stranger Things is no longer Netflix’s most popular series, here is its replacement

Netflix is ​​currently enjoying its latest big box, the Wednesday series inspired by the adventures of the Addams Family. The series is such a success that it has even just beaten the audience record of Stranger Things, yet difficult to dethrone. Indeed, during its first week of broadcast, the Wednesday series accumulated 341.23 million hours of viewing.

If you are one of those who are still struggling to recover from the end of season 4 Stranger Things, know that some have already moved on. And there are many of them, according to the latest audience scores published by Netflix. Indeed, the top 10 of the most viewed series for the week of November 21 to 27 welcomes a new challenger to the work of the Duffer brothers: Wednesday.

As its name suggests, Wednesday is a reinterpretation of the adventures of the eponymous youngest of the Addams family, directed in part by Tim Burton. Available since November 23, the series is a huge hit. In just a few days, therefore, it has accumulated no less than 341.23 million hours of viewing, making it the most viewed series on Netflix last week.

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Wednesday is more watched than Stranger Things

But that’s not all, because Wednesday also beat another well-established record: that of Stranger Things. Indeed, during the first week of broadcast, the last season had recorded 335 million hours of viewing, slightly less than the newcomer. The rest of the podium for the week spent in France is made up of season 6 of Elite and 1899, the new series from the creators of Dark.

Note that Stranger Things is no longer at the top of the most watched Netflix series of all time. This place belongs since its release to Squid Game, which can boast of having accumulated no less than 1.65 billion hours of viewing around the world. Stranger Things season 4 still occupies second place, followed quite far by Casa de Papel. To see if Wednesday will climb into the top 10, or even higher.

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