The Duffer brothers have long captivated viewers around the globe with the Stranger things and are again back with its round 4. The American sci-fi horror drama was scheduled to arrive on September 17, 2020. The overall story is kept locked, but scripts were ready. The production even began in march 2020 but, the bad news comes with the pandemic situation, which turned the date upside down. The best scenario is now looking like the start of next year, taking into consideration the uncertainty prevailing and only if the show could premiere in early 2021.
The fourth season will be continued by the show’s creator, The Duffer Brothers along with Shawn Levy, Dan Cohen, and Iain Paterson. The spectacle is already known for its impressive roster of adult actors, and now the new face joining is Winona Ryder, David Harbour while the rest of the gang remains intact.
- Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers
- David Harbour as Jim Hopper
- Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler
- Millie Bobby as eleven/Jane Hopper
The first look of season 4 revealed that while delivering a snowy postcard sen from Russia; the show is living up to the tagline of ‘ We’re not Hawkins anymore’. There may have been a little distraction among the viewers by the sudden return of David Harbour’s Jim Hopper to see that Thrones alumnus Tom Wlaschiha has also packed his winter warmers.
Matt Duffer highlighted one of the plot’s ‘broad strokes’ is the epicentre of actions being moved out of Hawkins, Indiana, for the majority of the reasons. He also explored many loose-ends in season 3 which will be taken care of in season 4. On June 18, 2020, Duffer brothers confirmed that the new season would consist of 9 episodes. Duffer’s brother also teases Hoppers’ ” darker palette” and some cool guest stars in season. As Joe Keery reveals, the new season will be scarier and thrill for its viewers to release adrenaline.
Nonetheless, season 4 won’t be the last season of stranger things, and the conclusion is planned out. So, viewers stay tuned for another season of the horrific smash.