When will Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 be released in India and how can fans in the country stream the last two episodes online?
Are you ready to revisit the Upside Down in Season 4 for the last time? No, neither do we.
Stranger Things has become one of the most popular and talked about series around the world, and Season 4 Part 2 is sure to rip the internet when it finally premieres worldwide this week.
One of the series’ biggest viewerships is in India, and since the rest of the world has to stay up extremely late to see the final two episodes, Indian fans have the advantage of getting El around lunchtime.
Here’s everything Indian fans need to know about how to stream Stranger Things online and when Season 4 Part 2 launches domestically.
Stream Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 in India
As the vast majority of Stranger Things fans will know, in India the hit series can only be streamed through the Netflix platform.
The streaming giant famous slashed pricing for customers in late 2021 to become more competitive with companies like Amazon Prime and Disney Hotstar in the country.
The good news for Stranger Things fans is that if you’ve been watching with a friend or through a friend account, there’s never been a better time to get your own Netflix schedule before Season 4 Part 2 drops this week:
- Mobile Plan – Rs 1,788 per year, a SD resolution mobile or tablet device
- Basic plan – Rs 2,399 per year, one SD resolution device
- Standard plan – Rs 5,988 per year, two devices with Full HD resolution
- Premium Plan – Rs 7,788 per year, four devices with Ultra HD resolution
New customers can also take it with them advantage various third-party bundle deals that include a Netflix subscription, including Reliance Jio and Tata Play DTH.
Stranger Things: Season 4 Part 2 release time in India
Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 will be released on Netflix India on Friday July 1 at 12:30pmSt.
This means that all episodes will be available as soon as you get home from school or work if you are not waiting for the ‘tudum’ at the moment Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 is released.
Part 2 will consist of two separate episodes, “Papa” and “The Piggyback” – the good news is that these episodes will have a special extended duration.
“Papa” will be one hour and 25 minutes long, while the season four finale “The Piggyback” will be two hours and 30 minutes long.
How many people streamed part 1?
Per insiderover 280 million hours watched in its opening weekend, beating Bridgerton Season 2 (193 million) and Money Heist Season 5 (202 million).
In the first week of his return (30 May – 5 June), Stranger Things season 4 became the most watched English series for a seven-day period, charting at number 1St in over 90 countries worldwide.
In fact, it was more than 335 million hours of watch time in the first ten days logged – the 3approx highest statistic for English content on the platform, behind only Bridgerton Season 1 (625 million) and Season 2 (656 million).
Of course, all of these series are still well behind the global phenomenon Squid Game, which takes the top spot for the entire 28 days with 1.65 billion hours.
What if Stranger Things were set in India?
With Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 set to take the world by storm tomorrow, we’re looking back at one of the show’s best marketing pieces to date.
Two years ago, Netflix India uploaded a very special video to YouTube: “What if Stranger Things happened in India?”
The five-minute video went viral almost immediately and currently has more than 5.6 million views on YouTube.
The video, starring Rohan Joshi and Vrajesh Hirji, was captioned “Weird things like this keep happening in big countries.”
Check it out below.
By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]
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