Stranger Things just released the trailer for their fourth season, and it’s climactic to say the least. It seems the gang’s enemies will go far beyond Hawkins to chase them, and with Eleven’s inactive powers, the danger is more than palpable. Billy clearly isn’t dead after all and attempts to help out the gang in the Upside Down, Demogorgons seemingly get a creepy upgrade, and Max is flying — but what’s new to fans of the hit sci-fi series?
Duffer brothers, the creators of the show, addressed a letter to all fans of the show back in February, in which they revealed the release date of season 4. The first part will be available on May 27, followed by the second part on July 1. But if that wasn’t dramatic enough, Stranger Things took the internet by storm announcing the ending of the show (yes, you heard that right).
Season 5 will wrap up the Stranger Things saga. But while the show is sadly coming to an end, season 4 will undoubtedly give us plenty to indulge in. According to the creators of the show, this season was the longest and most extensive one to film. The two parts will provide more info on the fate of the gang, answering some of our burning questions in the meantime.
What exactly happened to Hopper? How did he survive? What does the lab want to do with those superpowers? Does Hawkins actually have a direct impact on the Upside Down and vice versa? Prepare for new gasp-inducing revelations this upcoming season.
To put it in the Duffer brothers’ words: “Hold onto your butts, brochachos.”
As you wait for the highly anticipated arrival of season 4, why not reenact your favorite moments, characters, and locations from the show at Stranger Things: The Experience?
For over an hour, step into an 80s kinda world where you’ll experience iconic locations and moments from the show. Photo-ops spread throughout the adventure make for fun memories with your friends and family. But beware: the secrets of Hawkins Lab can only be unveiled by the bravest! As you uncover dangerous thrills along the way, you’ll become a full-fledged member of the gang. We’re talking facing rampant demogorgons and the occasional psych evaluation — but don’t worry, it’s safe. Perfectly safe…
Stranger Things: The Experience is now open at Duggal Greenhouse in NYC, starting at $35 for a group bundle and $44 for a standard ticket.