Even after the terrifying end of Stranger Things 3, we are all excited and preparing for a new journey of 1980s Hawkins, Indiana. In the last season of The Stranger Things, the science-fiction hit on Netflix ended up in a sequence of surprise, which might be an indication of expecting more from the upcoming season.
Has the name of Stranger Things been changed for season 4 by Netflix?
Surprisingly, yes! In September 2019, Netflix stated that the show is all set for the fourth season. The announcement video released, highlighting: “We’re not in Hawkins anymore” and signifies the name to be different. “Where are they even going? What about the cast members?” and so on are the questions we are still wondering.
Earlier, The Duffer Brothers spoke regarding their ideas for season 4. In 2017’s interview with Vulture, they stated that the series would come to an end after four seasons. Following this, producer Shawn Levy said that interest from Netflix and its child actors might entirely have persuaded them to take up another season. “The truth is we’re going four seasons, and there’s very much the possibility of a fifth,” Levy stated. “Beyond that, it becomes, I think, very unlikely.”
Who are all there in the cast of season 4?
In the last season, Dacre Montgomery played Billy, who is undoubtedly dead and is anticipated to not return to the show. We all have this question that is Hopper alive? For which we have to wait until the release of the season. The cast along with Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Winona Ryder, Gaten Matarazzo, and Finn Wolfhard are to be present in the 4th season as well.
What is the story of Stranger Things season 4?
Netflix has made sure that the cast would be moving to a different town with co-showrunner Matt Duffer, who recently said that the fourth season could be seen moving “into areas outside of Hawkins.”
Ross Duffer, Matt’s brother, and fellow Stranger Things co-creator said that “It’s going to feel very different than this season. But I think that’s the right thing to do, and I think it’ll be exciting.”