“More ambitious,” said the producer regarding season 4 of Stranger Things. As suspense hangs over Hawkins and the iconic characters of the series were absent subscribers, we finally have news of the release of this fourth season. We already knew the trailer, the release period, here is the Stranger Things news explained by producer Shawn Levy.
Little booster shot on season 4 of Stranger Things
Stranger Things Season 4 is coming soon. The producer has already unveiled the trailer and the cast, but also its release date which will be held towards the end of the year 2021. The precise release date will be revealed in the coming weeks, “if all goes well”, according to the ‘production team. Remember, however, that we have not heard from Eleven, Mike, Joyce, or Hopper since 2019.
A long wait begins to weigh on the minds of the fans. In fact, the big brands are hastening to point out the imminent release of the fourth season by offering us lots of goodies and clothes in collaboration with the Netflix series.
SPOILER ALERT: As a reminder, at the end of season 3 of Stranger Things, the Byers family left the city following the death of Jim Hopper (dead?) And the facilities of the Russian labs were destroyed. In the end, we could see that a prisoner was installed in the basement. Many fans believe that this is indeed Hopper whose death was not clearly shown on screen.
The suspense is therefore at its height at the moment for those who ardently follow the Netflix program. This season is also one of the most anticipated (eagerly) opuses on the streaming platform.
A more ambitious season” than the previous three
According to producer Shawn Levy, this fourth season is just around the corner. In his own words (which we translated for you), this would be THE most ambitious season on the show. “Season 4 is sprawling,” he said.
Apparently, much of the scenes were shot in Lithuania before the Covid-19 pandemic. Other plans are being made in Georgia, but also in New Mexico. This leads him to say: “It’s visually and narratively very ambitious, much more ambitious than the three previous seasons.”
Obviously, Levy apologizes at the same time for the delay in the shooting schedule and therefore in the broadcast. “The delay is in large part due to COVID and the pace at which we have to work to do it safely. But it also happens that with this season we have decided to go even further. Obviously, it’s been good, good, good, way too long, it’s happening! ”