‘Stranger Things’ season 4 set to take a new route

‘Stranger Things’ season 4 set to take a new route

We all have our own theories on who the Russians were referring to as "the American" in the post-credits scene in the Stranger Things Season 3 finale. The first season was aired in July 2016, while the second hit Netflix in October 2017 and the third dropped in July 2019.

It's 1985, and the only thing Hawkins, Indiana, has more of than freaky supernatural/pseudo-scientific phenomena is a plethora of pop culture touchstones.

On Monday, Netflix announced that 40.7 million household accounts have been watching the show since its July 4 global launch - more than any other film or series in its first four days. "Netflix also said 18.2 million household accounts have already finished the entire eight episode season".

The Monopoly Game Stranger Things Collector's Edition Board Game is now available to pre-order on GameStop for $39.99.

While the creators behind the sci-fi series are yet to confirm a release date of Stranger Things 4, it appears they're following a pattern. They are hoping that people will subscribe to Netflix to avoid being the only person on their block who hasn't watched the show.

Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer are now writing the fourth (and possibly final) season of their Netflix sci-fi drama, which ventures outside of fictional IN town Hawkins. This is because the main cast members got huge pay raises as a result of the popularity of the show. With that being said, this is going to be the storyline in which the shows goes next. After all, per the streamer's internal (and highly secretive) numbers, the season three premiere broke a viewing record in four days. First of all, Netflix just bragged about how popular the show is. Rounding out third is Season 2 with 10.9% of the vote.

Like season one's "The Body" and season two's "Will the Wise", "The Sauna Test" follows the now-established Fourth Episode rules of Stranger Things: a pair of important discoveries pull the season's many plot threads closer together, unifying the larger narrative as it reaches its halfway point. However, that is expected to happen very soon.

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