Netflix Holds on to The Duffer Brothers with a Mega Overall Deal, Stranger Things to Return for Season 4

Stranger Things is set to return for Season 4. The teaser has been dropped already. Fan theories have multiplied manifold. What clues does the teaser hold? Find out all about it here.

This week has brought good news for the fans of Stranger Things. The Duffer Brothers (creators of Stranger Things) are going to continue with Netflix under a mega overall deal. Netflix might also renew Stranger Things for a fourth season.

The release of the teaser of Stranger Things Season 4

Stranger Things Season 4
Stranger Things Season 4

Netflix confirmed that the series would return with a season 4 saying that the creators have signed on “to a multi-year film and series overall deal.” An eerie teaser was also released on Monday, September 30 and fans have been scrutinizing every frame of the video for clues as to what might be expected next. They are also trying to connect the dots from the ending of Season 3 to what they see in the teaser.

Fans think Season 4 will bring back Hopper

Sheriff Hopper
Sheriff Hopper

The end of Season 3 saw prison guards feeding an imprisoned Demogorgon. The words used by the Russian guards “not the American” might be referring to Hopper according to fans. Although Sheriff Jim Hopper supposedly died in a sacrificial effort to close the Upside-Down once and for all at the end of Season 3, fans think they spot him in the teaser. The first three seasons saw the Sheriff fight for his adopted daughter Eleven. The clues in the teaser including a cryptic message ‘We’re not in Hawkins anymore’ are tantalizing the fans and they are having a hard time keeping calm.

In case you need to catch up, the first three seasons of Stranger Things are available on Netflix.

Have you watched the teaser yet? You can watch it here.


Did you scrutinize the teaser as well? What does it seem to tell you about Season 4? Let us know in the comments section below!

Source: ComicBook, CNN

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