Symphony Advanced Media have released new stats which indicate that Netflix’s supernatural drama “Stranger Things” has become the third most watched show on the streaming giant in its first five weeks of release.
In those first thirty-five days, the series reportedly pulled in an average of 14.07 million adults aged 18-49, putting it behind top-ranked fourth season of “Orange is the New Black” and the first season of “Fuller House”. That also puts it ahead of “Making a Murderer” (13.35 million), the second season of “Daredevil” (13.35 million) and “Jessica Jones” (6.26 million) over the same period in their runs.
Symphony Advanced Media uses audio recognition to measure traditional and streaming programming viewership across devices. Netflix, which closely guards ratings information for its shows, has criticised both Nielsen and Symphony for their claims of measuring Netflix viewership.
Source: TV Line