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Stranger Things: the creators have known for a long time how the series will end

While fans are impatiently awaiting the fourth season of “Stranger Things”, the creators of the series seem to have decided to tickle their curiosity…

Confidence for confidence. Since the broadcast of season 3 of “Stranger Things” on Netflix last July, fans have been impatient to know what’s next. But while the streaming giant announced on March 3 that filming for the new season had begun, the coronavirus pandemic quickly put it on hold until further notice. A few days later, David Harbor – who plays Jim Hopper – revealed during a live Instagram, that the first episodes should have been released at the beginning of next year. A date which today has a good chance of being postponed since the cast has still not returned to the studios. On June 19, the two creators of “Stranger Things”, the Duffer brothers, apparently wanted to play on the nerves of fans of the fantastic series. In an interview with “Deadline” magazine, the duo said they had known for a long time how the adventure would end. “We like to approach each season as a complete story. We have a rather vast and rich mythology (…) We had almost 25 pages of the “Stranger Things” universe that only a small handful of people have seen. Season after season, we turn the pages and reveal more. So we know where we are going. And we’ve known the ending for quite a while,” they explain. Highly anticipated, the new burst of episodes should also have a few guest stars. “We have two cool ones this year. It’s a really fun way to meet your idols actually. You know, write them a role and ask them if they want to do it… “, added Matt and Ross Duffer without revealing their identity. Like the fans of the series “Peaky Blinders” – whose season 5 should not be available before 2022 – those of “Stranger Things” will also have to show great patience.

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An expected season 4

[Attention spoilers] On February 14, Netflix released a first teaser for season 4. A short video that ensures the return of Jim Hopper, presumed dead at the end of the last episode. Indeed, the latest images show Hawkins’ chief of police, in the flesh, imprisoned in a forced labor camp in Russia. A cliffhanger that promises an explosive sequel. As for the cast, Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven), Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Noah Schnapp (Will), and Winona Ryder (Joyce), among others, will always be there.

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