In spite of the harrowing end to Stranger Things 3, we are preparing for another journey to Hawkins, Indiana, back in the 1980s.
The recent season in the hit science fiction series of Netflix left several stones unturned and concluded with a surprising post-credits sequence, the best indication yet a good deal more story has to be told. Here’s all we know of Stranger Things 4.
When Will Netflix’s Stranger Things Season 4 Release?
This will be a hard pill to swallow, but following the pattern in the seasons 1,2, and 3, we could have seen a fresh collection of episodes in late 2020 or in early 2021.
Season 2 fell after 15 months of season 1 and season 3 arrived after season 2 for 20 months.
In the final of Stranger Things 3, a reference was made to the Byers and Wheelers, who spent Christmas together and spent the last two seasons on holidays in the USA. Maybe December 2020 is our greatest hope if they are moving in that direction.
Who Will Be In The Cast Of Netflix’s Stranger Things Season 4?
In the last episode of season 3, there were some casualties. Billy (Dacre Montgomery) is surely dead, and unlikely to come back to Sean Astin’s Bob, unless he is a cameo.
But besides the name of David Harbour, there are question marks. Is Hopper living? Crossed fingers we’re going to have our response when production begins.
In addition, all the principal cast–including Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Gaten Matarazzo, Winona Ryder, and Finn Wolfhard–are expected to return.
What Will Be The Plot Of Netflix’s Stranger Things Season 4?
Stranger Things 3 left many questions from the fate of Chief Hopper to the exact manner in which Russians detained Demogorgon. Eleven questions, to be precise, which are more detailed here.
But, as well as tie-ups, a fourth run could open up fresh opportunities for the show: for example, Stranger Things 4 could be set several years after the three-day show to accommodate the youthful cast.
And it is very likely that the narrative will move beyond one town, co-showcases Matt Duffer has lately told EW that plotting could move “outside Hawkins” in the fourth season.
Ross Duffer, brother of Matt’s and co-creator of Stranger Things, added around a fourth run: “It will feel very distinct from this year.