Not only was the internet broken, but also the hearts of many ‘Stranger Things’ fans as their favorite Mike Wheeler revealed in a Fanmio video call that the season 4 should be out next year, hopefully.
The Netflix sci-fi horror series, which had plans to hit the screens in 2020, experienced a production halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Numerous sources have been released worldwide showing new locations, production sets, cast members, and much more to keep the hype for the next season going.
Stranger Things season 4: Release date and what Netflix had to say about it
It is slightly disappointing news for fans to know that their much-anticipated series might not be released until 2022. This source of information has also been backed up by Netflix, after the streamer produced a list of shows that would launch by the end of this year, with ‘Stranger Things season 4’ left out of it.
However, at this time of despair, fans can revel in the fact that production has resumed filming, and there is only time standing in between them and their favorite nostalgia horror series.
Plot and Leaked information regarding Stranger Things season 4
The trailer released in 2020 by Netflix revealed an unfamiliar Hopper is working the rail lines in a frosty Russia. So fans could expect the series to take place away from the unusually phenomenal Hawkins, Indiana.
A Twitter post also revealed leaked on-set images of a new cast played by Levon Hawke, and you can expect much more as ‘Stranger Things’ has a history of introducing new characters as the season progresses.
Stars Maya Hawke, Joe Keery, Sadie Sink, and Gaten Matarazzo were also seen filming at the exact location.
Stranger Things season 4: What does the future look like for the series
With everything said, there’s nothing stopping fans from expecting the show to premiere by the end of the year. But as all things perfect, ‘Stranger Things season 4 would most likely be available around spring 2022.
Till then, there is no shortage of leaked images and speculations to keep the fans going.