Fans Can’t Decide Which One to Watch First: Obi-Wan or Stranger Things

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The way television shows are continuing to evolve pretty regularly, especially as more and more streaming services throw new addition in the way that people enjoy their favorite shows and programs. Just recently, the upcoming calendar of streaming releases got a very big update when the upcoming Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi, which is set to be released on Disney+ at the end of May, moved its release date by two days. The series will now be released on Friday, May 27, with its first two episodes being released, before the following episodes are released every Wednesday.

The new release date for Obi-Wan Kenobi definitely surprised a lot of fans – especially given that a lot of other movies and shows are set to be released that day. As of now, the Obi-Wan release date will happen on the same day as the long-awaited theatrical release of The Bob's Burgers Movie and Top Gun: Maverick, as well as the release of the hit Netflix series Stranger Things Season 4. The news of Stranger Things Season 4 and Obi-Wan Kenobi being released on the same day has fans feeling a wide array of emotions. This is because the idea of both shows being available to watch on the same day will beg the question of which one to watch first. When the news of Obi-Wan Kenobi's release date change was released, fans have taken to Twitter to share their dismay and confusion at the coincidence, as well as talk about the different release models of streaming television. Here are some of the fans’ reactions.

Obi-Wan Kenobi and Stranger Things Season 4 will be released on May 27, 2022 on Disney+ and Netflix. Recently, it was announced that Stranger Things Season 2 will have 2 parts. The first volume will be released on May 27 while the second volume will be released on July 1.

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