Every Ending Has A Beginning.

It will soon be time to return to Hawkins, Indiana. Or maybe not. The waiting for season four of the brilliant Netflix series “Stranger Things” is almost over. But this time, the series will be taking place outside of the usual setting. It is being said that the season will take place well away from Hawkins. Rumors have it that at least some of it will take place in Russia. That is where we left Jim Hopper (David Harbour) at the end of the last season. And the release of the first poster for the upcoming season doesn’t dispel that rumor. Take a look for yourselves:

POSTER TWO

The second poster shows Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) walking through a spooky, deserted corridor:

POSTER THREE

The gang’s all here at what we must assume is the Creel house:

POSTER 4

Looks like our gang of four ain’t in Hawkins anymore:

THE CAST AND THE FINAL SEASON ANNOUNCED

Joining David Harbour once again will be Winona Ryder. Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown. Gaten Matarazzo, Noah Schnapp. Sadie Sink, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton. Joe Keery, Brett Gelman. Cara Buono, and Maya Hawke. Recurring roles this season include Matthew Modine as Martin Brenner. Tom Wlaschiha as Dimitri. And the legendary Robert Englund will appear as Victor Creel. The Duffer Brothers, alongside Shawn Levy, are known to be directing at least three episodes of the new season. The Duffer Brothers and Shawn Levy continue to produce the show alongside Iain Paterson, and Dan Cohen. It has also been announced that a fifth season of the show will be made. However, in sad news, it has also been announced that “Stranger Things Season 5” will be the final season of the show.

 

“Stranger Things Season 4” will be hitting Netflix in two parts. Part 1 will premiere on May 27th. Part 2 will premiere on July 1st.

Are you a fan of the series? What do you hope to see in the new season? Are you ready for the show’s nine episodes? Drop us a line and let us know!

Source: Netflix

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