'Stranger Things' Season 4: Working title, release date, plot, cast, trailer, and everything you need to know about the sci-fi drama
The official 'Stranger Things' social networking handles shared the first teaser of the fourth season of the show on September 30. The teaser only hinted at one thing, and that is the fact that the show is moving out of Hawkins, Indiana.
This just in. It's official! 'Stranger Things' season 4 has a working title and looks like we might have to watch out for some Brazilian influences this time. Titled 'Tareco', season 4's filming is expected to begin sometime in January, and run through August of 2020. With most of the plot expected to focus on the Atlanta area, it's amusing that the title will be the name of a Brazilian treat because last we checked, things were gonna get twisted in the Upside Down of the icy terrains of Russia. But before we start making too many assumptions, here's all we do know about the upcoming season 4.
With the indefinite production schedule, there's no way of predicting when 'Stranger Things' season four will be released on Netflix. While the first season saw a July 2016 premiere date, season two premiered on October 2017 and season three was released on July 4, 2019.
The show came as a Netflix original series in July 2016 with a rich pop culture set up in the early 1980s. One day, young Will Byers disappears after a game of 'Dungeons and Dragons' with his buddies in Hawkins, Indiana. Eventually, a secret government laboratory, a young girl called Eleven with psychokinetic powers and a creepy Upside Down dimension comes into the picture. Christmas lights that blink an unnerving message help solve the mystery and with great difficulty, the Demogorgon is destroyed.
Creator Matt Duffer has teased that a prospective season four would find Eleven and her gang travel overseas, primarily outside of Hawkins, in quest of Hopper. Should season four happen, it will be "the biggest thing that’s going to happen" as the show will "open up a little bit… in terms of allowing portals into areas outside of Hawkins."
Millie Bobby Brown
Millie Bobby Brown rose to prominence with her role as Eleven/Jane in the Netflix science fiction horror series.
The Canadian actor and musician plays Mike Wheeler in the Netflix series 'Stranger Things'. He was also seen as Richie Tozier in the 2017 film adaptation of Stephen King's 'It'.
The American actor is best known for his role as Jim Hopper in the Netflix science fiction horror series.
The American actress and film producer plays the role of Joyce Byers in the Netflix original series. Ryder has played significant roles in many movies and is the recipient of a Golden Globe Award. She has also been nominated for two Academy Awards, a BAFTA Award, and four Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The Duffer Brothers
The show has been created, written and directed by The Duffer Brothers — Ross Duffer and Matt Duffer. Previously, the two also wrote and directed the 2015 horror film 'Hidden' and penned down episodes for 'Wayward Pines'. The Duffer Brother are also producers on the show along with Karl Gajdusek, Cindy Holland, Brian Wright, Matt Thunell, Shawn Levy, Dan Cohen, Iain Paterson and Shannon Tsang.
The official 'Stranger Things' social networking handles shared the first teaser of the fourth season of the show on September 30. The teaser only hinted at one thing, and that is the fact that the show is moving out of Hawkins. Actor Finn Wolfhard, also shared the same teaser and wrote, "We’re not in Hawkins anymore." The show teased a world beyond Hawkins, Indiana, which is where the previous seasons of the show were set.
Here' some chatter on the season 4 front. "It’s all up to the Duffers and the writers if they want to keep going," McLaughlin, who plays Lucas on the show, has teased to Entertainment Weekly about season 4. "Maybe they want to stop now. Maybe they don’t want to give anyone another season. Maybe they just want to leave you guys hanging like that. I talk to people about this all the time, we can literally leave you guys hanging on the Upside Down."
'Stranger Things’ season 4 maybe closer than we think. Netflix has recently shared an image of an upside-down clock in the show’s dark alternate dimension. The clock is set to eleven, much like the show’s protagonist with telekinetic abilities. The tease is that time travel and the upsidedown may factor heavily in the upcoming season.
:mantelpiece_clock::upside_down_face:— Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) September 29, 2019
The show was officially renewed by Netflix September 30, and marking the same, the makers released a teaser. Speaking of the renewal and the overall deal that creators Matt and Ross Duffer have signed with Netflix, the streaming site's chief content officer Ted Sarandos said in a press release, "The Duffer Brothers have captivated viewers around the world with 'Stranger Things' and we’re thrilled to expand our relationship with them to bring their vivid imaginations to other film and series projects our members will love."
Where to watch
The post-credit scene of season three sparked hope for the renewal of the show and clearly hinted about what the season four plot might be about. Once confirmed, you can watch the new season on Netflix.