Stranger Things Season 4 Volume 2 Release Causes Netflix to Crash Worldwide

Netflix‘s plan to build hype for the Weird stuff the season 4 finale by holding back the last two long episodes seems to have worked a little too well, as the streaming service crashed in the early hours of Friday (July 1).

According to VarietyDown detector received nearly 13,000 reports of outages within an hour, while “Netflix down” was trending on Twitter due to people complaining that the service wasn’t working.

The publication states that Netflix managed to correct the situation within half an hour, but some comments about Down detector claim they have not had access to it for 12 hours or more.


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For those of you who unfortunately still can’t get on Netflix, or don’t actually watch the show, but want to know what’s happening so you don’t get locked out of conversations about it, we’ve got a comprehensive recap of Season 4 ending, including who dies, Over here

Although season 4 part 2 was incredibly popular, we have at digital spy have argued that it dropped the ball a bit compared to its predecessor.

Death was too easy to see comingwhile the extended runtime worked against the show and spread the storyline too thin.

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While the show’s fifth season will be its last, the Duffer brothers have teased that a spin-off is in the works

“There are many more exciting stories to tell in the world of Weird stuffnew mysteries, new adventures, new unexpected heroes.”

Weird stuff season 4, part 2, and all previous episodes, are now streaming on Netflix.

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