Stranger things season 4 is an American TV series for which all of us were waiting for. Recently on Twitter, the images of scripts were also released, which confirms the release of season 4.
WHEN CAN WE EXPECT IT TO RELEASE?
It has been confirmed that season 4 is going to release. Earlier as well, Netflix confirmed on Valentine’s day 2020 that the production for season 4 has been started. Then after that, because of the coronavirus, we could not get any update.
But when is it going to release is something we have to think of. If we see the earlier pattern, the first series was released in July 2016, then the second one in October 2017, the third one in July 2019, so will the series will be launched in October 2020. No, the chances are very less as the production has been stopped due to Covid 19.
Also, David Harbour and Hopper have already hinted that the release date is going to push back. So we cannot expect it to release in October 2020. But yes, maybe some miracle happens. God knows.
WHO IS ALL GOING TO BE THERE IN THE UPCOMING SEASON?
Many of the stars come back from the previous series like Eleven, Mike, Dustin, Will, Lucas, and many more to be there.
HOW MANY EPISODES EXPECTED IN SEASON 4?
Most probably it will comprise of 9 episodes if we think logically. As in season 1 and 3, 8 episodes were there and in the season 2, 9. So it makes sense to have 8 episodes in the odd season and 9 episodes in the even one.
EXPECTATIONS FROM THE SEASON 4
At the end of season 3, we saw Hopper was killed. The story is going to start from there only. Maybe some suspense comes up, and we see him alive in Season 4. If this happens, we will see a big mystery to be revealed in season 4. As per the official trailer on Netflix, the probability is more that we will see him alive instead of dead. We can expect to see him in prison.
SO BE READY TO WATCH WHAT IS THERE BEHIND THE MYSTERY FOR US.
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