The dust settled in the third lap of Stranger Things another season, but fans look forward to more. Season 3 was regarded as a step up from the second stage released in 2017, although it ended with a traumatizing moment that fans hope is not real.
Given our significant time away from the fourth season of Stranger Things in Netflix, fans worldwide are still speculating day and night about what could happen next in the Science Fiction story set in Hawkins, Indiana.
Many of the major questions we have gathered such as when will there be a new season of Stranger Things, which is likely to be cast and, most importantly, what will happen next to the main characters.
After almost three months of speculation, Stranger Things was confirmed for the fourth season, on Monday, 30 September.
Producer Shawn Levy has confirmed previously that work has started on new episodes.
The date of release for the fourth season is yet to be revealed, but fans can probably expect to premier the next on the streaming service from mid-2021 to late.
In the last episode of season 3, there were a few fatalities. Billy (Dacre Montgomery) is certainly dead (or we can be sure anybody’s dead in different things). He is unlikely to return in a fourth-round unless he’s a shot, a la Sean Astin’s Bob–or if they’re doing some flashback.
The bulk of the main cast back is expected to take place in season four, including the Eleven of Millie Bobby Brown, the Mike of Finn Wolfhard, the Joyce of Winona Ryder, the Will of Noah Schnapp, Lucas of Caleb Mclaughlin, Dustin of Gaten Matarazzo, the Nancy of Natalia Dyer, Jonathan of Charlie Heaton, Robin, Maya Hawke, and Joe Keery (Steve).
No official casting news has yet arrived, but we can presume that new cast members and guests will possibly be revealed in time for season 4.
‘Stranger Things’ was not set in Hawkins for the fourth season but is supposed to be located somewhere in Russia. It indicates that some of the other groups of children with a potential similar to Eleven may undergo comprehensive testing and studies in another laboratory that may be located there, based on one of the forecasts.
Therefore, the coming seasons will shed light on the fate of Hopper.
Therefore, if he were who emigrated to Russia earlier in the final episode of’ Stranger Things’ in his third season when the machine shut the way to’ Upside Down,’ then it would finally blow, it could be. Some Russian subjects may have been confronted with the latter. Ross Duffer, co-creator of ‘Stranger Things,’ seemed to agree with the Russian faculty’s hypothesis when he revealed on Entertainment Weekly that he was already acquainted with Billy at the end of the second season.