- Index hide1 Netflix shared the latest trailer for the fourth season of Stranger Things and, with it, welcomes the end of it.2 Since Stranger Things 4 arrived on the platform, it became one of the strongest bets to recover part of what was lost at the beginning of 2022.3 Recently, Netflix confirmed the launch of the second season of Squid Game (The Squid Game), another of its strong cards.
Since Stranger Things 4 arrived on the platform, it became one of the strongest bets to recover part of what was lost at the beginning of 2022.
Recently, Netflix confirmed the launch of the second season of Squid Game (The Squid Game), another of its strong cards.
Ahead of the release of the second part of Stranger Thing 4, Netflix has a new trailer ready and, with it, a new wave of expectations.
It was on May 27 that, after three years, Netflix launched the long-awaited fourth season of Stranger Things, which, as the production itself anticipated, would be released in two parts.
At the moment, the platform in Los Gatos, California, only has the first volume integrated and the second part will be arriving on July 1; However, given the boom that Hawkins’ return is generating, Netflix decided to release a new trailer.
With this new preview, Stranger Things 4 is officially preparing for the season finalefor which it is expected, according to what the images show, an “epic” battle with all the characters in the series.
A few months ago, through a statement, the Duffer Brothers, creators of the series, confirmed the news that there will be a fifth season, but that it will be the last.
“There are still many more exciting stories to tell within the world of stranger things; new mysteries, new adventures, unexpected new heroes”mentioned the creators.
Stranger Things, one of Netflix’s bets, but it’s not the only one
And it is that, after having had a bad start during this 2022, with the loss of 200 thousand subscribersNetflix’s strategy is, in part, to squeeze as much as possible from one of its most profitable and, to tell the truth, iconic products, since Stranger Things is one of the platform’s flagship series.
Since the release of season 4 of the series, trends and netizens have reacted quite well, breaking records and creating a new fan base.
However, the strategy of publishing the fourth season in two parts has not been liked by everyone, being the writer Stephen King, one of the sources of inspiration for Stranger Things, one of those who expressed his discontent through his Twitter account.
“Is it the whole season or is it another one of those that is divided into 2 parts? IMHO I find this unfortunate,” she wrote.
The new season of STRANGER THINGS is really cool–as good or better than the previous three. There’s even a CARRIE riff.
Is it the whole season or is it another one of those that’s broken into 2 parts? IMHO that’s kind of lame.
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) June 1, 2022
In short, in an increasingly competitive market, Netflix seeks to position itself even more above Disney Plus, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max and others.
Their numbers support it, with more than 200 million subscribers globally; However, the alarms went off when, earlier this year, a slip was confirmed that cost him 200,000 subscribers, which is why Stranger Things becomes one of his strongest cards.
Now, let us remember that, a few days ago, the leading streaming platform confirmed the launch of a second season of Squid Gamethe most popular series to date, which even gave him four million new subscribers shortly after its premiere, in September 2021.
On your marks. Ready? Green light! ‘The squid game’ continues. Only on Netflix. pic.twitter.com/8gmJPIEWpT
— Netflix Latin America (@NetflixLAT) June 12, 2022
Netflix is looking, perhaps desperately, to recover some of what it lost during the 2022 quarter and more when the competition, Disney Plus and HBO Max, reported significant growth in the number of registered subscribers.