The fourth season of the Netflix series is slated to start streaming in two parts, starting from May 27
Last Updated: 11.06 AM, Apr 11, 2022
Stranger Things has been one of the most popular shows on Netflix ever since its first season started streaming in 2016. With season 4 only a few months away, the show’s creators have now said that the new season is like the fan-favourite show, Game of Thrones.
In an interview with Deadline, Matter Duffer, who is one of the creators of the show said, “We kind of jokingly call it our Game of Thrones season because it’s so spread out, so I think that’s what’s unique or most unique about the season.”
He added that Joyce and the Byers family are in California and they have always wanted to do an aesthetic, similar to that of Steven Spielberg’s E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, which they did in this season. He added that Hopper is in Russia, and there is a group in Hawkins.
Ross Duffer added that they did not realise how big the season would get and only realised this halfway through the filming. He added that they have referenced Game of Thrones but this season is about revelations and giving answers to the audience.
Stranger Things season 3 ended with members of the gang leaving separate ways, with Hopper shown to be stuck in an institution in Russia. A teaser for the fourth season also showed Dustin, Lucas, Nancy, Steve, Max, and Robin investigating the abandoned Creel House.
The much-awaited fourth season of the show is set to be released in two volumes. The first part will start streaming on Netflix from May 27, 2022 and the second part from July 1, 2022.