It’s been quite some time since the last season of The Stranger things premiered. And the wait for the next season seems infinite. But there is hope. As the news suggests, the shooting for the last season has already started shooting as the cast posted on Twitter. One of the young actors of the show Finn Wolfhard said in a post that this season is darkest among all, and we can’t wait for more.
Stranger Things and New Set Photos
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The last season of the show will happen in their hometown, Hawkins, and also some other places. Only some parts of the show are going to shoot there. There are also many new characters in the show as the leaked photos show.
THE LAST SEASON:
I have seen people watched the whole 3 seasons in 3 nights. That was the effect of masterful storytelling as the show offers. But, now people just wait for the next season to arrive. The show’s creators, The Duffer Brothers have already announced the last season of the show as well as the streaming platform Netflix. A teaser was also released last year to gain some momentum among the fans of the show.
So, here we are, giving you the news of the things which have been confirmed by Netflix as well as the Creators of the show. Let’s start with a short summary of what’s happening with the show.
RELEASE DATE AND CAST:
As we know the last seasons were released in the month of July and October, So we are expecting this season to be released around these months of this year. Although there is no confirmation by Netflix, we are just assuming the dates on the previous pattern. Also, the show was supposed to release last year but because of the Pandemic the shooting was postponed many times to respect the lockdown but as the photos from the set emerge, we can see it has started.
There is also a new character who will be played by Levon Hawke, as the pics suggest. Levon Hawke. is the brother of Maya Hawke, who plays the character of Rubin in the show. The original cast will remain the same as the previous seasons.
So, that’s all for today. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for latest updates.