‘Peaky Blinders’ Climbs Streaming Charts After Final Season Release

Stranger Things remained a clear No. 1 in the streaming rankings for the fourth straight week, but a new show took the second spot overall. Peaky Blinders ascended to the No. 2 slot following the release of its final season on Netflix (it’s a BBC show in the U.K. but a Netflix original in the U.S.). The period crime drama had 904 million minutes of viewing time for the week of June 13-19, up 42% from 635 million the previous week. That’s the best showing Peaky Blinders has had in the 22 months Nielsen has been releasing weekly rankings.

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‘Stranger Things’ Sets Nielsen Streaming Record

The Netflix series surpasses 7 billion minutes of viewing time in the United States for the week of May 30-June 5.

Netflix Adds Warning To ‘Stranger Things’ Season Premiere After School Shooting

‘Stranger Things’ Renewed For Fifth And Final Season At Netflix

Along with revealing the premiere date for its much-delayed fourth season on Thursday, Netflix announced that Stranger Things — the sci-fi horror series that premiered in 2016, and became a phenomenon — has been renewed for a fifth and final season.

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‘Stranger Things’ Renewed For Season 3 At Netflix

‘Stranger Things’ Aftershow Set At Netflix

Amazon Inks ‘Stranger Things’ Writer Deal

‘Stranger Things’ Is Upset SAG TV Winner

Stranger Things, Netflix’s supernatural thriller that earned breakout buzz in its freshman season, deprived three-time consecutive winner Downton Abbey of one last trophy for its concluding year. The streaming service claimed a leading four awards as the traditional broadcast networks were shut out, something they’re getting used to.