Information is growing about the Stranger Things season 4 saga. Let's take stock of the situation.
The Stranger Things series on Netflix is undoubtedly one of the most awaited by fans. Season 4 is still pending. While the shooting started on January 7th, it was originally scheduled to end in August. But due to the coronavirus epidemic, the shooting was postponed from March. At the time of the interruption, two episodes would have already been filmed. Here is what we know about the future series.
Stranger Things season 4 release date
Originally, it's in early 2021 that we should discover the saga Stranger Things on our screens. But while it should have eight episodes, and given the shooting that is still necessary, we will have to wait (much) later next year to enjoy the Stranger Things new season.
Which story for of Stranger Things season 4?
As we know, this season is eagerly awaited, especially for the little revolution it will bring to the universe of Stranger Things. Until now largely confined to the village of Hawkins, the saga should take new directions, with the relocation of some people. Not to mention the presence of Jim Hopper (David Harbour) who is very far from the rest of the characters, in a Russian camp if we believe the latest information that has filtered through a trailer.
Stranger Things season 4 trailer
The actors and directors have also promised the biggest and "scariest" season ever imagined by Stranger Things.
On the casting side, all known faces will be back, except for Dacre Montgomery, whose character (Billy) died during season 3. We also know that several new characters are on the program. Tom Wlaschiha, who played Jaqen H'ghar in the Game of Thrones saga joins the team.
And if you're wondering what direction the story is taking, the Duffer brothers recently revealed that they already knew how they were going to finish Stranger Things. But they don't know when!