Netflix announced the release dates of Stranger Things' fourth season, which will come in two parts.


The Duffer brothers, creators of pop-culture sensation "Stranger Things", have decided to split the fourth season into two parts. 

This was revealed on February 17, when Netflix officially announced two release dates of the new season, containing nine extra-long episodes. 

The first part of this season will start earlier, on May 27. Meanwhile, the second part of this season will be released five weeks after, on July 1.

In order to complement the announcement, the Duffers wrote an open letter, which reads:
"Hi nerds! Do you copy? 

It's been a little while. 

With nine scripts, over eight hundred pages, almost two years of filming, thousands of visual effects shots, and a runtime nearly twice the length of any previous season, Stranger Things 4 was the most challenging season yet, but also the most rewarding one. Everyone involved is incredibly proud of the results, and we can't wait to share it with you."

"It's coming soon, and it's bigger than ever," the brothers added.

They divided the fourth season into two parts to give a lesser time for people to wait. They'll finish the second part as people are busy completing the first part set of episodes.

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Stranger Things is coming to an end
The Duffer brothers also confirmed in the letter that Stranger Things' upcoming fifth season is the final season.  

"Seven years ago, we planned out the complete story arc for Stranger Things. At the time, we predicted the story would last four to five seasons. It proved too large to tell in four, but — as you'll soon see for yourselves — we are now hurtling toward our finale," they explained.

Stroke by multiple holds and lapses, this upcoming batch of episodes will reveal answers to questions they left us hung on season three, like what happened to Jim Hopper and Eleven after their sacrifice to leave the town? Will Byers and his family still need to face more supernatural occurrences ahead? 

They disclosed a hint on Hopper's return after being locked up in the Russian jail. The poster also has the words "every ending has a beginning" as their slogan. 

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The new cast members
Jamie Campbell Bower will take the role of Peter Ballard as an affectionate man who works in a psychiatric hospital.

Eduardo Franco will later be Argyle, Jonathan's (Charlie Heaton) new best friend.

Joseph Quinn will portray the role of Eddie Munson, the manager of Hawkins High Schools' official Dungeons and Dragons club, The Hellfire Club.

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