‘Stranger Things’ Part 2 Crashes Netflix


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The first part of ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Part 2 would have crashed Netflix, subscribers have reported.

Netflix dropped the second part of the final season on Friday, weeks after dropping the first part of the season on May 27.

The first part consisted of seven episodes, while the second part includes the last two episodes of season four.

However, once the episodes hit the streaming platform at 3am, many users took to social media to complain that Netflix had crashed.

The premiere of the second part of season 4 of “Stranger Things” crashed Netflix.
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“Someone else’s netflix crashed? Guess too many people online are waiting for volume 2,” one user wrote.

“I know you didn’t just crash Netflix,” wrote another.

“I didn’t just count the seconds like it was New Years for Netflix to crash,” added another.

Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven in "Strange things."

Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven in ‘Stranger Things’.
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Despite the excitement, the second part of “Stranger Things” Season 4 has some fans worried. Co-creator Ross Duffer hinted that this season’s ending is “darker” and has a “more ominous feeling.”

“I don’t really want to say it, but I would definitely be concerned about the characters going into Volume 2,” Duffer said in an interview with Variety.

“I hope that’s sort of the meaning, because it’s a darker season and kids aren’t kids anymore. And there’s kind of an ominous feeling that things might not be going well. Now, whether they do it or not, you’re going to have to watch.”

Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler and Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson in "Strange things."

Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler and Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson in “Stranger Things.”
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There’s a confirmed season five of “Stranger Things,” although no release date has been confirmed. The fifth season will be the last season.


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