Move over, fireworks! There could be a chance that more Americans watched Netflix's Stranger Things over the holiday weekend than celebrated the nation's birthday.
Netflix sent out a tweet on Monday that said 40.7 million accounts "have been watching" Season 3 of the retro sci-fi hit since it debuted last Thursday.
The streaming giant even revealed it's had the best premiere in its first four days than any other TV show or movie. Netflix said 18.2 million accounts binged the whole new season over the four-day weekend.
TV Line warned that people should take those totals with a "grain of salt," though.
"The streamer doesn't release regular viewership data, and their internal numbers can't be independently verified — and we don't know, when they say their users 'have been watching,' if it means five seconds or five episodes.
"There's very much the possibility of a [Season 5]," he told Collider. "That's currently undecided."
Now that Season 3 is over, fans are not well. As evidenced by some Twitter posts, there are the viewers that feel like the world is ending in real life because the show will be on a hiatus until next season.
Fans can't get enough of the third season's surprises, such as the new character, Robin, who is played by Maya Hawke, the daughter of Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman.