STRANGER THINGS SEASON 4: THE MOST ANTICIPATED SEASON YET
Get ready to reveal the Upside Down mystery with Eleven and the others
Stranger Things season four is the most anticipated Netflix show in 2022. While we still don't know for sure when it will premiere, according to Showbiz Cheat Sheet, the release date may have been leaked by a Georgia tour business, which suggested in an Instagram post that the series will return to Netflix in July next year.
Like many other series, Stranger Things was paused due to the pandemic in March 2020. Fortunately, filming resumed in late September, which means that fans will be able to see more of the Upside Down when the series returns. While plot information is limited at the moment, there are plenty of enigmatic teasers to look over for hints.
The episode names, as well as casting information and statements from the actors and crew, are all available. There are even specifics on the movies that inspired the upcoming episodes and some conjecture on the release date of the next chapter.
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There are numerous supernatural events taking place in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, in the Netflix hit series. Among the stars of the show are Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Winona Ryder, and David Harbour.
Season four of Stranger Things was announced with a teaser trailer that showed the logo for the new season being strangled by the vines of the Upside Down. The video ends with the message, "We're not in Hawkins anymore."
After the third season finale, aired in July 2019, a big mystery remained about Jim Hopper (Harbour)'s death. The answer was revealed in the first trailer for season four, which was released in February 2020 and showed Hopper in Russia after he disappeared in a mysterious machine.
In May 2021, a new teaser trailer was released, showing test subjects at Hawkins National Laboratory going about their daily routines in the eerily dubbed Rainbow Room. In this flashback sequence, you can hear Eleven's heavy breathing coming from her chamber. The lab's former director, Dr. Brenner, then could be heard asking, "Are you paying attention, Eleven?"
Three months later, in August 2021, another teaser trailer was released. At one point, Eleven is shown with a new look and is being held back by mysterious government agents. In another scene, Hopper appears to have escaped captivity somehow and is wreaking havoc with a flamethrower.
Recently, they came up with their latest teaser titled "Welcome to California", which depicts Eleven and Will trying to adjust to their new life and school in California after leaving Hawkins with Will's mother, Joyce, at the end of season three. Eleven is seen in the teaser writing a letter to Mike, who is still in Indiana, expressing how excited she is to see him over spring break.
But, given the nature of Stranger Things, spring break doesn't appear to be going as smoothly as they'd hoped, as the teaser showed car chases, gunfights, and explosions everywhere.
Netflix also released a video of the actors performing a table read, indicating that a few notable stars will return. As expected, Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven), Noah Schnapp (Will), Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), and Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Winona Ryder (Joyce), Sadie Sink (Max), Charlie Heaton (Jonathan), and Natalia Dyer (Nancy) are all present. Cara Buono (Karen) and Maya Hawke (Robin), who stole the show last season, will also return. And of course, there will be David Harbour (Hopper) with his shaved head.
Stranger Things season four is expected to be eight episodes long, which would be in line with seasons one and three, though one episode behind season two. On the other hand, the Stranger Things scriptwriters have since said that they've created scripts for nine episodes.
The nine scripts were presented stacked on top of one another in a tweet. Natalie Dyer, who plays Nancy, has now verified this, stating that the postponement has allowed the scriptwriters to finish everything before filming, which is unusual.
"Season four is shaping up to be the biggest and most frightening season yet, and we cannot wait for everyone to see more. In the meantime — pray for the American," said a showrunner, Ross Duffer.
He added that the show would not end in season four, as the pandemic has given them enough time to think on a better idea about how the series will go on. So, thankfully, we can expect more in the future.#THE S MEDIA #Media Milenial #Stranger Things #Netflix #Season Four