Stranger Things Season 4 Scripts Officially Done

The mystery-horror was a cultural phenomenon when the first season debuted on the streaming service in July 2016.

The show’s 80s nostalgia, combining elements from Steven Spielberg’s adventure films of the era with horror elements ripped from the pages of a Stephen King novel, meant that it had broad appeal, and it became an instant classic.

Stranger Things made stars out of its cast, with Finn Wolfhard, David Harbour, and Millie Bobbie Brown, in particular, going on to have successful careers outside of the show.

Seasons 2 and 3 of the show weren’t as universally praised as the first, but the show remains a popular and successful vehicle for Netflix. It follows the adventures of a group of children, teens, and their parents as they deal with supernatural events in the town of Hawkins, Indiana.

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The Season 4 Script is Complete

Little has been seen of season 4, barring a trailer that was released on Valentine’s Day, which teased the return of Hopper, despite his apparent death in the season 3 finale.

Now, the Stranger Things writer’s room account on Twitter has posted a photo of a pile of scripts with the caption “Stranger Things 4: the complete season.” The message is clear: the writers have finished all of the scripts for the upcoming season 4, and they are ready for production.

The storyline for season 4 has been kept under wraps, with only the title of the first episode, “The Hellfire Club,” teased. There isn’t even a release date yet, which is on par with most Netflix releases that are generally announced only a month or two before they drop.

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There are multiple theories, though, including one that says the Hopper seen in the teaser trailer is a clone of the character. Harbour himself has said that season 4 will delve deeper into Hopper’s backstory but revealed no further details.

Well in other words here, let’s just wait & see again, shall we?

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