The hit thriller “Stranger Things Season 4” is finally here after three years. The protagonists have moved from Hawkins to sunny California.
But while facing high school life, they are also caught in the dilemma of being scattered, and their friendship is put to a major test.
“Stranger Things” has been filmed for five seasons, and the fifth season will be the finale, when the mystery of the world that turns the world upside down is finally revealed.
But as the number one ace drama, Netflix will naturally not let go of this “cash cow” so easily, and the crew also does not rule out relay preparations for derivative dramas.
Recently, the directors Duffer brothers were interviewed and talked about whether there will be a “Stranger Things” related derivative series in the future. To continue “Stranger Things”, our criterion is always whether the idea is exciting enough to make us want to do it again? The key for us is that it has to stand on its own and not repeat what we’ve already done What’s the point of doing it otherwise? But I do believe that what we have on hand can be quite exciting. So we’ll just wait and see.”
“Stranger Things” tells the story of a group of teens battling paranormal issues plaguing a small Indiana town.
“Part 1” of “Stranger Things Season 4” will officially go live on May 27, while “Part 2” will go live on July 1.