While true blue sneakerheads are waiting for their pairs of Nike x Stranger Things Hawkins High Edition, fans of Stranger Things are going crazy over the latest news about the original Netflix show. Season Four is official and a teaser has just been posted.
There is no telling if it’s the fourth and final season but that’s something to be determined. There is a lot to expect from the next season after the tragic Season 3 finale. We’re not spoiling anything because we know there are those who still haven’t finished the last season (read: didn’t binge-watch).
No Longer in Hometown Hawkins
The Duffer Brothers’ drama is going to get bigger. No, it will remain on the small screen but the plot will move beyond the small town. Again, no spoilers but the Byers are off to a new adventure somewhere. They won’t be in Hawkins anymore. That’s clear.
Stranger Things the Movie may be in the works
Along with the Stranger Things Season 4 teaser, the Duffer Brothers has also signed a new multi-year TV and film deal with Netflix. Take note of the “film deal” mention as there could be a Stranger Things movie. Cross your fingers.
Going outside The Upside Down will be the focus of Season 4. It will be a new life for most characters. Definitely, Stranger Things is a sci-fi horror-drama winner for many reasons. The nostalgia element alone was a hit with the viewers.
Netflix and Matt and Ross Duffer have formed a great relationship that “forever changed the lives” of the writers and directors. Meanwhile, Netflix has banked on the show and is now reaping tremendous success.
The Duffer Brothers happily shared their experience:
“From our first pitch meeting to the release of Stranger Things 3, the entire team at Netflix has been nothing short of sensational, providing us with the kind of support, guidance, and creative freedom we always dreamed about. We can’t wait to tell many more stories together — beginning, of course, with a return trip to Hawkins!”
So more stories will be told. We’re not sure if Season 4 of Stranger Things is already the last of the storyline but having no powers would mean bigger challengers for the characters—something that can’t fit within eight episodes. It’s either more episodes for Season 4 or one or two more seasons will be lined up.