Strange Things Season 4 Promises Horror Vibe and Adds Horror Icon Robert Englund To Cast

Stranger Things Season 4

Stranger Things is finally coming back to Netflix with a new season starting on May 27th with “Volume One” of the new season.

Volume 2 of the show will then be showcased on Netflix on July 1, 2022 and promises you won’t be disappointed. One of the shows creators Ross Duffer explained the following.

“When we pitched it to Netflix all those years ago, we pitched it as the kids are The Goonies in E.T.,” “That’s their storyline. And the adults are in Jaws and Close Encounters and then the teens are in Nightmare on Elm Street or Halloween. But, this year, we don’t have the kids. We can’t do The Goonies anymore. And so, suddenly, we’re leaning much harder into that horror movie territory that we love. It was fun to make that change.”

Fans are going to love some of the upcoming changes to season 4 of the show. It will essentially be a double season within 1 season of the show. So pretty much you’re going to get a double season of the show in just 1 season. The down part of the news is that season 5 will be the last season of Stranger Things. So those of you who really enjoy the show have a lot more fun in store before the show ends.

Stranger Things Season 4 Surprises

By now most of you know that Hopper is still alive but is imprisoned in Kamchatka. Meanwhile back in the USA there’s something lurking within the grounds of Hawkins, Indiana. Season 4 is said to have a horror vibe behind it and will bring on the likes of Robert Englund to the cast. He plays a disturbed man who was jailed for murder in the 1950’s.
Check out the video below of some of the best moments from the past seasons.

Video Source – IGN

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