Stranger Things: What are the things Mexicans search the most on Google?

The penultimate season of Stranger Things is over and without spoilers, the only thing we can say is that the table is set for a fifth season that will solve the entire mystery.

A few months ago, Matt and Ross Dover were the ones who confirmed that Season 5 would be the one that would bring the stories that live on Hawkins to an end, and while there’s no official date for the premiere, everything says we’ll have to wait until the second half of 2023 or the quarter The first of 2024 to see the result of this phenomenon, which has become a phenomenon in the world of entertainment.

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There have been many theories about the plot that this removes and could address the final installment, although nothing is confirmed at the moment.

What we do know is that the fourth season of Stranger Things has been the subject of conversations and web searches, with Metallica seemingly the biggest winner.

At least that’s the data Google has provided about recorded searches on Stanger Things where classic songs like Running Up That Hill by Kate Bush and Master of Puppets by Metallica attract audience interest.

Information provided by Big G indicates that, worldwide for the past seven days, “Stranger Things” and “Metallica” were the most searched for, followed by “Master of Puppets” revived during the ninth chapter of season four. from the series.

Strange things and the interest of Mexicans

The profile of Mexico is not placed within the first country by interest in research. The United States is in the lead, followed by the United Kingdom, Australia, Hungary and Puerto Rico.

However, the phenomenon about the Master of Puppets causing strange things is also present in the Aztec lands.

Searches for the puppet master

Over the past seven days on Youtube, the popular song Metallica has recorded a peak in searches in Mexico, thanks to interest shown in entities such as the State of Mexico, CDMX and Hidalgo. The song has already had more than 5.5 million views.

Last week, Mexico became the third country in the world to listen to Metallica on YouTube, collecting 2.04 million views.

This secondary influence on the success of Stranger Things has also been experienced on Spotify, a platform that revealed that less than a week after the ninth chapter of the fourth season of the Master of Puppets series, it was already part of the global top 50. the service.

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Terry Alexander

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