After the explosive finale of 77 minutes of the third season, ‘The Battle of Starcourt’, there remain some serious, but not disappointing, questions. Netflix Sci-Fi Horror will return for the fourth season, which means that all those loose ends that are losing your sleep will be resolved, or so we hope anyway. “We are thinking that this will be a season of four seasons and then,” director Ross Duffer told Vulture.
“I was disconsolate at the Netflix headquarters when the brothers made the sound of the four seasons seem like an official end, and suddenly I received calls from our actors’ agents,” Matt Duffer said.
Still, it shouldn’t surprise us that the Netflix gang wants the Duffers to continue as long as possible. The streaming service relies on its flagship programs to attract new subscribers and preserve what it already has.
One thing we know for sure is that Millie Bobby Brown wants the end of the third season to be reversed in the fourth.
Millie Bobby Brown may not be satisfied with the end of the third season, but David Harbor was happy with his fate.
When Will Stranger Things Season 4 Air?
There is currently no official launch date on the table, but there is a possibility that the previous season will be transmitted in October if the Duffer brothers follow a pattern:
Season one: July 2016
Season two: October 2017
Third season: July 2019
But it lands in the next year or 2021. A large “holiday” has been issued according to the US calendar, although this is standard. Maybe next time Christmas?
Stranger Things Who Will Return For Season 4?
The hugely popular series would not be a show without its colorful cast on the big screen, so expect this once more on your screen: XI (Millie Bobby Brown), Mike (Finn Wolford), Dustin (Gatton Matarazzo), Will (Noah Schnapp), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), Max (Sadie Sink), Steve (Joe Kieri), Nancy (Natalia Dyer), Jonathan (Charna Hayton), Robin (Maya Hawk), Joyce (Winona Ryder)), Erica (Prague F Gguson), Karen (Boone Face) and Murray (Brett Gelman).