After the highly anticipated release of the final two episodes of “Stranger Things 4,” Netflix’s streaming service was briefly inaccessible early on July 1. According to global uptime-monitoring website Downdetector.com, user reports of Netflix issues peaked at 3 a.m. When “Stranger Things 4” Volume 2 premiere.
All the Drama
Prior to the issue appearing to be rectified within a half hour, Netflix error complaints peaked at almost 13,000 at the top of the hour. It seems that a lot were eager to find out what would happen in those last two episodes.
Coming Up Big
In its first four weeks of availability, “Stranger Things 4” already holds the record for being the No. 1 English-language series on the service, according to data provided by Netflix based on total viewing hours.
Early on July 1, after being unable to access the service, Netflix members from all around the world resorted to social media to express their dissatisfaction. They also shared memes with “Stranger Things 4” ultra-villain Vecna.