Stranger Things season 4 volume 1 has already pushed the limits of how long a series can be by featuring numerous episodes over 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Volume 2, however, which is set to land in July, will go beyond.
The eighth episode will have a runtime of 1 hour and 20 minutes, while the finale will be a whopping two-and-a-half hours long – basically the ideal length for a blockbuster movie.
So far, Stranger Things' fourth season has brought with it many twists and turns, as well as the show's most sinister villain yet, titled Vecna, and we don't yet know how the rest of the instalment will play out.
A trailer was previously released which teased some more details about season 4 – revealing that it will pick up 185 days after the previous season and showing Eleven adapt to her new home in California, while also including shady government types and a big explosion...
Earlier trailers had included footage of Eleven being restrained by an unknown character and some spooky scenes of the rest of the gang entering the Creel house, which used to be owned by a character played by Freddy Krueger legend, Robert Englund – so it looks like there's an awful lot to look forward to.
What's more, volume 1 never managed to give Eddie Munson the epic guitar shown in season 4’s first trailers, but it looks like that could all be about to change.
Talking about what fans can expect in the upcoming episodes, Eddie Munson actor Joseph Quinn recently told The Guardian: "I can say there's a guitar scene and that the scale and ambition are astonishing."
He continued: "All the seeds that have been planted bear fruit and it's just carnage. You know the finale is two-and-a-half hours, right? Ending with this monster, feature-length episode is so bold."
Series creators and showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer previously told EW that the conclusion would be much darker than in previous runs.
"We're dealing with darker themes, and issues that come along with being a teenager, because for at least Ross and I, and I think for most people, high school is a challenging time," Matt teased. "And you're experiencing a lot of dark emotions for the first time. Whereas for us, middle school was such a magical time."
Matt continued: "And that was why that was reflected in season 1, whereas this has gotten darker... We wanted the whole season to feel like everybody is in jeopardy. And we felt like that was something you couldn't really do as well when they were these cute little kids. But now, you know, everybody's life is on the line."
However, season 4’s arrival is bound to be bittersweet for fans, with the Duffer brothers having confirmed that season 5 will be "the last" and that it will conclude the show for good, though fans can look forward to a very "different" spin-off in the future.
Read on for everything we know so far about Stranger Things season 4 on Netflix.
Stranger Things season 4 release date
Stranger Things season 4 part 1 landed on 27th May 2022.
However, fans will have to wait until 1st July 2022 for season 4 part 2 – not too long now.
And with some pretty staggering episode runtimes, it's going to be bigger than ever.
In March last year, David Harbour (Hopper) revealed during an Instagram Q&A that season 4 was originally “supposed to come out" in early 2021, but that the release date would be “pushed back” in wake of COVID-19.
If things hadn’t had to be paused, it looks like filming would have finished up in August 2020. The script was finished a while ago, and production started in March 2020.
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Actor Noah Schnapp (Will Byers) told Fanmio that filming was set to wrap in summer 2021 and this was backed up by David Harbour's comments on a June episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, where he revealed that shooting is "almost done".
"I've got one more little stint, we should be done in like August," he said, although an effects-heavy show such as Stranger Things will require several months of post-production.
Star Finn Wolfhard had previously suggested we wouldn't see season 4 until 2022, telling a Fanmio user that Stranger Things 4 "should be out some time next year hopefully”.
Co-star Gaten Matarazzo employed a similar strategy when he was quizzed on a release date by Collider in March 2021, saying there was still quite a bit of filming to get through.
“There’s very few dates that are reliable,” he said. “It really is more of a ‘guesstimation’ on when we’re gonna be filming next, when we’re gonna be wrapping up, when release is gonna be, all that jazz because we still don’t know on day-to-day if we’re gonna be filming next week.”
He added: “I should be filming like next month for a bigger chunk than I’ve had in a bit, but even though it’s coming up in about two weeks from now, I still don’t know an exact date. So because of that, there’s really no way to figure out when we’re gonna be wrapping.”
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Production was underway for quite a while, with some select scenes actually completed before the first lockdown until filming was halted as the pandemic spiralled out of control.
On the bright side, the forced stop allowed The Duffers to improve the scripts before they returned to set – we imagine that could also slow things down if the changes related to already filmed scenes.
Executive producer Shawn Levy told Collider he saw this as a positive. "The pandemic definitely massively delayed shooting and therefore the launch of our current season 4," he admitted. "But it impacted very positively by allowing the Duffer brothers, for the first time ever, to write the entire season before we shoot it and to have time to rewrite in a way that they rarely had before so the quality of these screenplays are exceptional, maybe better than ever."
Shooting also takes longer with the new safety measures in place.
"It's definitely a slower process than usual, which is really saying something because we take our sweet time making the show anyway. So it's not as steady paced or as consistent as I think any of us would like it to be, but we do our best and we're playing it by ear," Matarazzo told People. "And I think the most important thing is that when we're working, we're all staying safe."
What we do know all this work will be worth it. Dyer told Vogue: “Honestly, the scripts are great. I’m very excited. I’m excited for Nancy. Every time we end a season, we all think, where is this going to go? Where can this possibly go? Then we get the scripts for the next season and we’re, like, ‘Oh my God, wow, like, wow!’ So, while I can’t say a lot, except that it’s going to be a while before it comes out, it will definitely be worth it. It’s going to be really big. It’s going to be big!”
Who stars in Stranger Things 4?
The following actors a part of the main core of Stranger Things 4.
- Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers
- David Harbour as Jim Hopper
- Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven/Jane Hopper
- Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler
- Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson
- Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas Sinclair
- Noah Schnapp as Will Byers
- Sadie Sink as Max Mayfield
- Natalia Dyer as Nancy Wheeler
- Charlie Heaton as Jonathan Byers
- Joe Keery as Steve Harrington
- Maya Hawke as Robin Buckley
- Brett Gelman as Murray Bauman
- Priah Ferguson as Erica Sinclair
- Matthew Modine as Dr Martin Brenner
- Paul Reiser as Dr Sam Owens
Stranger Things cast has expanded over the past few seasons, as well as suffered a few casualties, but we expect to see all the main Stranger Things actors for season 4.
Stranger Things season 4 will star; Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Will (Noah Schnapp), Max (Sadie Sink), Steve (Joe Keery), Nancy (Natalia Dyer), Jonathan (Charlie Heaton), Robin (Maya Hawke), Joyce (Winona Ryder) and Hopper (David Harbour).
Netflix has shared a few behind-the-scenes photos showing Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Sadie Sink (Max), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) and Joe Keery (Steve Harrington), back when they were starting work on Stranger Things season 4.
Since it's not exactly a secret anymore that Hopper didn't die in season three, Harbour has been talking about his return too.
Talking to Total Film, Harbour said he always knew where they were going with his character. "I've known from the get-go... I've had those discussions with them [the Duffer brothers] from the very first season. We were always interested in that idea of the Gandalf resurrection – Gandalf the Grey who fights the Balrog and then becomes Gandalf the White."
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A few of the cast have also been promoted to series regulars, including Priah Ferguson, who plays Lucas's sister Erica (of “you can’t spell America without Erica” fame). Netflix has also officially announced new members joining for season 4. Three new series regulars as well as some big-name recurring stars have been confirmed.
The new regulars include Eduardo Franco (Booksmart) as Argyle, who is described as “Jonathan’s new best friend, a fun-loving stoner who proudly delivers delicious pizza pies for Surfer Boy Pizza” and Sweeney Todd star Jamie Campbell Bower as Peter Ballard – “a caring man who works as an orderly at a psychiatric hospital.”
They are joined by Catherine the Great’s Joseph Quinn, who plays Eddie Munson, “an audacious '80s metalhead who runs The Hellfire Club, Hawkins High’s official D&D club” and Bosch star Mason Due who plays handsome student Jason Carver.
Among those to play recurring roles is none other than Freddy Kreuger himself, Robert Englund – and it looks like he may be inspiring just as many nightmares in Stranger Things, with his character Victor Creel described as “a disturbed and intimidating man who is imprisoned in a psychiatric hospital for a gruesome murder in the 1950s”.
The other new recurring stars include Tom Wlaschiha (best known as Jaqen H’ghar in Game of Thrones) as a Russian prison guard who befriends Hopper, Sherman Augustus (Westworld) as an intelligent, no-nonsense man who believes he knows how to stop the evil in Hawkins and Nikola Djuricko (Genius) as a seedy and unpredictable Russian smuggler who loves bad jokes, cold hard cash, and crunchy style peanut butter.
Meanwhile, eagle-eyed fans have spotted a few new actors on set – including Levon Thurman Hawke, the younger brother of Maya Hawke (Robin). While Netflix declined to comment on the rumours, Thurman was spotted on-set with Joe Keery (Steve Harrington) in October.
However, in November 2021, Maya set the record straight and revealed that her younger brother Levon won’t be featuring in season 4.
“My brother is not in the show!” she Radio Times magazine. “He came to visit me. The COVID policies were really intense, as they should be, so the only way he could come to set was if he was dressed as an extra and did COVID testing.
"And that was a day that the paparazzi were there, so they got a picture of him, and it was all: ‘Nepotism strikes again!’ Guys, no! He’s not in the show, but you may potentially see him once, in one shot. So, calm down, internet!”
Also joining season 4 is Agents of SHIELD star Joel Stoffer, who has joined in a currently-secret role, with the actor telling Comicbook.com: “I’ve got a role that we haven’t shot yet on Stranger Things.
"I don't expect it to become anything like long term... I was sent the pages of my scene and I didn't know any of the actors or I didn't recognise any names in my scene."
Dr Sam Owens (Paul Reiser) returned for season three, and looks like he's back for season 4. Dr Sam works for the US department of Energy and was made Director of Operations at Hawkins Lab after Dr Martin Brenner exited.
He was behind the investigation into the Gate to the Upside Down, and he also helped Hopper adopt Eleven. With his return we expect to see more action around the department...
While we're talking about doctors, Brenner could also return. We've seen a few teasers looking at the other children at the facility as well as Eleven, will we see more of Brenner and the experiments he conducted? While he was dragged down and attacked by a Demogorgon in season one, we never know someone's dead until we've seen a body when it comes to sci-fi and horror!
The new stars were announced on the Stranger Things Instagram account, which shared a list of new actors in the style of the Upside Down.
Robert Englund will play Victor Creel, "a disturbed and intimidating man who is imprisoned in a psychiatric hospital".
Eduardo Franco (Booksmart) plays Argyle, "a fun-loving stoner, pizza delivery boy and Jonathan's new best friend".
Jamie Campbell Bower (Twilight Saga, young Grindelwald in Harry Potter) plays Peter Ballard, "a caring man who works as an orderly at a psychiatric hospital".
Sherman Augustus plays Lt Colonel Sullivan, "a no-nonsense man who believes he knows how to stop the evil in Hawkins."
Mason Dye (Teen Wolf) plays Jason Carver, "a handsome, rich athlete dating the most popular girl in school."
Nikola Djuricko plays Yuri, "an unpredictable Russian smuggler who loves bad jokes, cold hard cash, and crunchy style peanut butter".
Tom Wlaschiha (Jaqen H'ghar) is Dmitri, a "smart and charming Russian prison guard".
Joseph Quinn plays Eddie Munson, "the head of the Hawkins High official D&D Club, The Hellfire Club."
Reading between the lines here, we'd say there's a pretty safe bet that we're leaving Hawkins in season 4 for the colder climate of Russia.
In June, Netflix teased another round of casting updates with upside down Polaroids, accompanied by a bio for each one.
Anne with an E's Amybeth McNulty is set to play Vickie, "a cool, fast talking band nerd who catches the eye of one of our beloved heroes", while Kin's Myles Truitt stars as Hawkins basketball star Patrick "who has friends, talent and a good life...until shocking events send his life spiralling out of control".
Queen of the South's Regina Ting Chen is set to play school guidance counsellor Ms Kelly and The Village's Grace Van Dien has joined season 4 as Hawkins High cheerleader Chrissy – "the most popular girl in school" with "a dark secret".
Stranger Things season 4 plot
The official Netflix plot synopsis reads: "It’s been six months since the Battle of Starcourt, which brought terror and destruction to Hawkins. Struggling with the aftermath, our group of friends are separated for the first time – and navigating the complexities of high school hasn't made things any easier. In this most vulnerable time, a new and horrifying supernatural threat surfaces, presenting a gruesome mystery that, if solved, might finally put an end to the horrors of the Upside Down."
With all the delays to filming there's been even more time than usual to squeeze plot details from the Stranger Things cast.
Fear Street star Sadie Sink, who plays Max Mayfield on Netflix's hit fantasy series, revealed recently that the upcoming batch of episodes will be a far cry from the relatively comedic third outing.
In an interview with PA, she promised a "really, really dark season", which will be enough to make some fans worry whether all their favourite characters will make it out alive.
"The scale of the show just gets bigger and bigger each year," she added to Collider. "It’s just been really incredible to see where they’re going with the storyline. It’s really amazing this year. And just how the stakes are just so much higher. Higher than they’ve ever been."
Natalia Dyer has really built up season 4 telling The Independent: "Honestly the scripts are great. Every time we end a season, we all think, 'Where is this going to go? Where can this possibly go?' Then we get the scripts for the next season and we're like, 'Oh my god, wow, like, wow!'"
She added: "It's going to be really big. It's going to be big!"
Matarazzo also spoke to Entertainment Tonight about a shift in tone, and how the ageing actors have helped fuel the writing.
"When it comes to the tone of the season, it's definitely, I think the tone is definitely matured for sure, and I think they [creators Matt and Ross Duffer] do that on purpose because I think they want their show to mature with their kids," he said. "As we are growing older as people, we have to grow older as characters. They're confronted by this issue, but they embrace it, and they use it to their advantage. And they don't freak out when we get taller or when our voices drop or anything like that."
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We ended season three in an intense and emotional way. Joyce took Jonathan and Will and left Hawkins in their removal van along with Eleven after Hopper's death – though we now know he's alive.
Hopper is alive
The official synopsis for season four highlights Hopper's plight: "It's not all good news for our 'American'; he is imprisoned far from home in the snowy wasteland of Kamchatka, where he will face dangers both human... and other. Meanwhile, back in the States, a new horror is beginning to surface, something long buried, something that connects everything..."
When it comes to Hopper, as well as knowing he's alive we know we can expect a character change. Hopper always "had to change" according to Harbour: "So we'll see a very different guy going forwards. The same guy but in a different vein. It's a very cool thing to be able to play."
Harbour recently told Jimmy Kimmel Live that his role in Marvel's Black Widow actually changed Hopper's look for season four, with the star revealing that he got the offer to play Russian super-soldier Alexei Shostakov (AKA Red Guardian) a month after filming on season three Stranger Things wrapped.
"They wanted me to play a guy who starts out in a Russian prison," he said. "So there's all these conspiracy theories that Hopper went to Russia and then put on a super suit, and now is the Red Guardian in the Black Widow movie."
He added that he went to great lengths to ensure the Duffer Brothers weren't coping the look of Black Widow, sending them pictures from set. "I had this long hair and this beard and I was big and I thought, 'I can't be the same guy with long hair and a beard in the same prison,'" he said.
"At the end, I had all this hair and all this beard and we had planned to do it that way. And I was like, 'Guys, we can't do this. I mean, I'm coming out with this Marvel movie, I can't have the beard and the hair.' So, we came up with a whole different look for it. We had [Hopper] shave his head."
We're also all looking forward to seeing how Hopper is resurrected and how his relationship with Eleven develops, which is good news as Harbour confirmed we'll get more backstory with a call back to season two when Eleven found boxes labelled 'dad', 'Vietnam' and 'New York'.
Speaking at Liverpool Comic Con Harbour expanded on this. "In season 4 we will give you a big, huge reveal about Hopper's backstory, which we haven't really told you about... we're gonna express it in a big way."
"It's my favourite thing about him that you guys don't know about him yet, but it has to do with these backstories of New York, Vietnam, and dad," Harbour added.
And speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the actor teased that Hopper's storyline – which takes place in Russia – is the best of the bunch, although he added that all of the disparate storylines will coalesce in a very exciting way.
"You'll see a lot more layers about Eleven and Brenner and the institution and what she went through and is going through that relates to this narrative coming back," he said. "And then there's this new Creel House thing, which is this new element of a situation in Hawkins, which of course all relates."
Will Eleven's powers return?
When it comes to Eleven we can expect big things too now she's sans powers. We hope they make a reappearance, probably at the best moment possible.
There are a few worrying fan theories around her powers that have us a little concerned. Reddit user weedmonkey666 has put forward the idea that the monster bite Eleven got could mean the Mind Flayer can access her mind.
"If Eleven is infected, the Mind Flayer could control her like it did with Billy, Will and the flayed, to eventually destroy her or use her to get more control/spread."
Here's hoping that's not the case, but there is a bit of evidence to back the theory up. A shadow was seen on Eleven's head in the final season three scene. We're unsure what this means, but add to this that the Gate only looked like it had been shut... there's still a Demogorgon imprisoned by the Soviets.
We're not in Hawkins anymore
What we do know is that the show will now expand beyond the little town of Hawkins. The Duffers always said this was the plan, but speaking to Entertainment Weekly they teased that season four is "going to open up a little bit... not necessarily in terms of scale, in terms of special effects, but open up in terms of allowing plotlines into areas outside of Hawkins". Season four will take place in Russia, and there have been plenty of new additions – including prison guards – that back this up.
Scariest season yet
What’s more, apparently the Stranger Things season 4 is set to be the scariest so far – according to Joe Keery, who plays Steve Harrington. The actor told Total Film, “I think that this year — and I know I say this every single year — but this is definitely going to be a lot scarier than prior years, because last year was pretty dark.”
Matarazzo also teased that season 4 is "the scariest [season] out of the previous three, which I love because it's very fun to film." (via US Weekly)
Outside of Hopper and the main story arc, with Erica becoming a series regular we may see some of her comic book story pop up. In the comic, Erica starts selling green acid she smuggled out of the Russian lab at the end of season three, forcing the other three to intervene before she gets herself into trouble. While the plot doesn’t seem particularly dramatic for the small screen, hopefully, it’s suggesting that we’re going to see more of the fan-favourite foursome in season 4.
In terms of theories for season 4, we don’t know much about newcomer Robin’s background, so she could be a good bet for further exploration. Or perhaps we’ll find out how former journalist turned private investigator Murray Bauman (Brett Gelman) became the bunker-living, vodka-drinking and Russian-speaking sleuth he is today. (This seems especially likely now that Gelman has been upped to series regular.)
It looks like there will be plenty more action too as Hawkins' toughest teens are once again thrown into battle with the terrifying creatures of the Upside Down. Mail Online recently shared shots from the set, showing Joe Keery (Steve), Natalia Dyer (Nancy), Maya Hawke (Robin), Sadie Sink (Max), and Priah Ferguson (Erica) gearing up for a fight scene. Meanwhile, Metro published images showing Hawkins police cars in front of rubble and a large blue screen, hinting at an explosive series finale.
Meanwhile, fans looking for another hint about the events of season 4 could be in luck: a sneaky clue has been included in the Stranger Things Crosley Cassette Player Bundle, which is being released on Friday 19th November exclusively at US retail giant Walmart.
The bundle lets fans listen to a secret voicemail left by a mysterious figure who will apparently play a part in season four, and whose identity is being kept under wraps for now.
Stranger Things season 4 episode titles
We've known for a while that season four's first episode title is Chapter One: The Hellfire Club thanks to the IMDb page. The tease for the episode reads: "We're not in Hawkins any more..." Just speculating here, but is The Hellfire Club the new name the teens are adopting? Is it about the new characters? All we have is this teaser image, though in a reply tweet Stranger Things Twitter account did post a picture of 'Dustin' saying: "Heard the Hellfire Club is now looking for new members."
The remaining episode titles were revealed on Strangers Things Day In November 2021 – exactly a year after the first episode titled was unveiled. The full list of episode titles are as follows:
- The Hellfire Club
- Vecna’s Curse
- The Monster and the Superhero
- Dear Billy
- The Nina Project
- The Dive
- The Massacre at Hawkins Lab
- The Piggyback
When fans had asked for more title names back in November 2020, the writers responded with: Episode two Tick Tock Mr Clock and episode three You Snooze You Lose. They later tweeted what seemed to be a confirmation that the titles were just jokes to tease fans, writing: "Episode 4: Wakey Wakey Eggs and Bakey," before the writers added: “This is called hilarious comedy.” Shame, we sort of liked Tick Tock Mr Clock!
Stranger Things season 4 trailers
The first full-length trailer for the series was released in November 2021 – and revealed that the series would be pick up 185 days after the events of the previous run.
You can check out the trailer bel0w, which also includes Eleven speaking to Mike about settling into her new home in California, the rest of the gang being pursued by government types and a fair amount of gunfire...
Then on Tuesday 12th April 2022, another lengthier trailer was released that spotlighted the bold journey that Eleven will need to go on.
In the clip we are shown Hopper being kept prisoner in Russia, where he's forced to fight smaller version of the Demogorgon, before the video cuts to Dr Sam Owens (Paul Reiser), speaking to Eleven in a diner, telling her that "a war is coming".
"I relocated you guys far from Hawkins because I thought you'd be safe," he says. "I'm afraid your friends in Hawkins are very much in the eye of the storm."
While Eleven tells him that she doesn't have her powers anymore, Owens tells her: "Without you, we can't win this war."
Earlier, fans had been gifted with a number of teasers including a trailer revealing Hopper's fate…
A Stranger Things season 4 teaser trailer was released on 6th August 2021, hinting that Eleven will be captured during the season.
Netflix released one more on 6th May showing the lab where Dr Brenner carried out his experiments on children, including Eleven. We last saw the lab in seasons 1 and 2. As a clock ticks down, we see children playing with cards on a rainbow car track, there's chess, and a ball... a Magic Eight Ball says 'signs point to yes' as a child laughs creepily. We'd say it's a safe bet that this is a flashback again as Dr Brenner is present and the voiceover says: "We have something very special planned for you today."
The camera focuses on a door marked 11 and as we look inside we hear: "Eleven? Are you listening?" as Eleven's eyes flash open. You can watch it below.
There was also a teaser released on Stranger Things' YouTube the day before named 'HNL Control Room'. The clip shows seven TV screens which we assume is in the Hawkins National Laboratory Control Room aka HNL. The TVs are all flickering, showing scenes of school. There's another chessboard and the Magic Eight all again, but we can see bloodstains on them. That operatic music isn't helping our nerves either.
These two are just the latest teasers. Netflix tweeted the first teaser trailer all the way back on Valentine's Day last year - confirming that Hopper was in fact alive.
The Twitter accounts have been busy too, posting blurry videos and pictures teasing what's to come. Submit your theories on a postcard.
And then came the TUDUM teaser which was a clip from early in the new run.
Is season 4 Stranger Things' final season?
We've not even got Stranger Things season 4 yet, but talk had already turned to when the series may come to an end. The Duffer Brothers did say they would probably have four or five seasons of the show before calling it a day. It has been confirmed that season 4 is not the final season – but season 5 will be!
“Seven years ago, we planned out the complete story arc for Stranger Things," they said in February 2022. "At the time, we predicted the story would last four to five seasons. It proved too large to tell in four, but – as you’ll soon see for yourselves – we are now hurtling toward our finale. Season 4 will be the penultimate season; season 5 will be the last.”
The Duffer Brothers have said they already know how Stranger Things will end, and have known for quite a long time. Speaking to Deadline Matt Duffer said: "We like to look at each season as kind of its own complete story.
"We do have a pretty large mythology [...] and season by season, we're turning the page and revealing a little bit more and more.
"So we do have a general sense of where we're going. We've known the ending of the show for quite a while."
More recently, Ross Duffer told CNN that the brothers have been working on the ending a bit more. "[The pandemic] has given us time to look ahead, figure out what is best for the show. Starting to fill that out gave us a better idea of how long we need to tell that story," he said.
While in June, David Harbour told Collider that season 4 would set up the show's "definite ending", which will happen at "some point".
"We’re introducing new stuff, but we’re also tightening and wrapping up in a certain direction to make it have a clear, clean specific, and definite ending at some point, which I can’t really talk about," he said.
One bit of good news though, The Duffer Brothers did reportedly sign a multi-year, nine figure deal with Netflix to develop other projects so it's far from the last we'll see of them.
Stranger Things seasons 1-3 are now available on Netflix.
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