The gang from Stranger Things will be back on Netflix next year. For now, the makers have released a sneak peek of its latest season
Fans of Stranger Things have a reason to smile as its executive producer, Shawn Levy, has come up with a small glimpse into the much-awaited upcoming season. He said that the fourth season would be more gripping in comparison with the previous three seasons. According to him, they have decided not to leave any stone unturned by pulling out the big guns and making everything large-scale. The show’s entire multi-starrer cast, consisting of Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard and Millie Bobby Brown, are expected to return to Season 4 on Netflix.
The additional cast of the new season includes Robert Englund starring as Freddy Krueger as a scary mental patient, along with Tom Wlaschiha (of Game of Thrones fame) as one of the Russian Captors of Hopper. Amybeth McNulty (of Anne with an E), Mason Dye (of Bosch) and Nikola Djuricko (of Legends) have also come aboard the 80s-set tv show.
Fans of the show are a bit downhearted, when they came to know that the upcoming season will not be released until next year. They will probably have to rewatch the entire show from season 1 to 3 until the next one arrives.
The season 4’s production was going on in full swing, but the pandemic had brought things to a halt in the month of March, last year. It resumed shooting last September, in Georgia.
The teaser seems to say that ‘Something’ will be coming and ‘it’ has almost arrived. This has indeed ‘teased’ us as we are not left with the anticipation of what is going to happen in the upcoming season. Looks like we have to wait for 2022 to arrive.