“The Stranger Things” is coming up with Season 4: “Hopper” is not dead! Click to know where he is stuck!

With pandemic already bringing lives to a halt, one can easily guess Stranger Things has another year to see.

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The first season aired in July 2016 and the second followed in October the next year. The third season was released in July 2019. For all, we know we could have got all the answers (predictably) in October this year. But just like the virus canceled all your travel plans this year, it did season 4 too.

We have news though: Season 4 is happening!!

Netflix released a Valentine’s Day teaser confirming that a major beloved character is after all not dead. More details will follow.

Stunt Boss Hira Koda told ComicBook.com last month that two episodes have been filmed. However, the production had to be shut due to the unprecedented situation.

Gaten Matarazzo (who plays Dustin in the series) reportedly said that he is anxious and wants to go back to work. Well, we too want you to want to get back to filming.

Release date: The Stranger Things Season 4

It’s not likely that we will get season 4 on our screens any time this year. According to IMDb, the season has now been officially delayed to 2021. Additionally, the first episode is named “The Hellfire Club.”

The Cast: The Stranger Things Season 4

We can expect all the cast back for the fourth season but for Billy (played by Dacre Montgomery) who died in the previous season. There can be new faces joining the small screen including the “Game of Thrones” star Tom Wlaschiha who can be seen at 0.28 mark of the season trailer. According to What’s on Netflix, Starcourt Mall will also see a return.

The storyline: The Stranger Things Season 4

Hopper is alive and far away from Hawkins working in a Russian prison camp. It was also revealed that he is “the American.” “It’s not all good news for our ‘American’; he is imprisoned far from home in the snowy wasteland of Kamchatka, where he will face dangers both human…and other,” said “Stranger Things” creators Matt and Ross Duffer, “Meanwhile, back in the states, a new horror is beginning to surface, something long buried, something that connects everything…”

Fans can expect a background story on the beloved character too, confirmed by David Harbour.

Well, we better pray for the American. Don’t mind the situational pun.





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