Stranger Things Creators Say Season Four Would 'Feel Very Different'

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People love ‘Stranger Things’ so much they’re rejoining Netflix just to watch it Andy Meek @aemeek July 10th 2019 at 1:39 PM Share Tweet

However, we have not got any official news about the release of Stranger Things Season 4 or even about its renewal.

Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer have also spoken about a potential season four and what fans could expect. "I'd love to dive into a different world that we don't know, that we aren't given a lot of both in television format and in cinema".

So, in the interest of those who can't help but compare things in their real-life with their favorite TV shows, we made a decision to combine the two.

"We're pretty excited about where it's potentially going to go". We didn't know the mall and stuff, but again, we know these big broad strokes.

It appears the original plan was for the series to only last five seasons, but the new plan to cut it down to four still makes sense.

As The Hollywood Reporter noted, the first episode of Stranger Things Season 3 had a first-day average minute audience of 8.86 million, and that would rank it as the No. 2 show on all of TV for the week of July 1.

Well, David Harbor, the actor who plays the role of Sheriff Jim Hopper in Stranger Things, seems to be leaving some clues on Instagram, specifically a series of numbers that could reveal something.

The Duffer Brothers also mentioned the mysterious American prisoner and the Demogorgon in Russian Federation would be addressed in the potential new season.

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Comcast's NBCUniversal and WarnerMedia's HBO Max are also set to launch, depriving Netflix of popular shows The Office and Friends respectively.

In the season 3 finale, Joyce Byers decides to pack up and move her family - including the newly orphaned Eleven - away from the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana. "And should there be a season 4, I think we'll see them all explored". That was really disappointing.

Now I promise my rambling connects back to what this article is about. But, if we have to go through it again in season 4, I don't know what it's going to be like.

For a show going into its fourth season, they need to keep things fresh.

Keeping audiences in the dark is an appropriate tactic for shows in their infancy; however, after having built a decent enough fanbase, the show should reward viewers with more details for the time they invested to keep them satisfied until the next season drops. That episode was one of the most controversial ones and probably the least favorite for many fans. "I mean that, of course, is my hope too", Harbour told Entertainment Tonight.

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