After months locked up in impenetrable silence, with spoilers and plot hints kept under lock and key until the last moment, Netflix finally dissolves the reserve on Stranger Things showing the public the first images of the new, highly anticipated seasonwhich as we know will land on the platform in two tranches: the first on May 27, and the second on July 1. From the first frames, we see the protagonists in the height of adolescence if not beyond, immersed in dark and sinister atmospheres that will lead them once again to take the field to save Hawkins and what they hold most dear.
The only thing we know about the new season of Stranger Things is that will take place six months after the battle of Starcourt erupted at the end of the third, capable of bringing terror and destruction to Hawkins. As they face the consequences of what happened, the young protagonists separate for the first time, and the difficulties of high school do not make things easier. In addition to puberty, getting in the way is also a new and horrible one supernatural threat along with a bloody mystery that, once solved, could put an end to the horrors of the Upside Down, effectively marking the end of the adventure of Stranger Things which, as we know, will definitively end its race with a fifth season.
Since its debut in 2016, the global phenomenon of Stranger Things has received over 65 awards and 175 nominations awards including Emmy, Golden Globe, Grammy, SAG and BAFTA, effectively becoming Netflix’s only true original product – The House of Paper it doesn’t matter, as it was bought from the platform by Antena 3 – to be recognizable and to have given rise to unprecedented merchandising and fan cult. Season 3 clocked up 582 million hours of viewing and ranked second in the Top 10 English-language series, and we have no doubt that Stranger Things it will smash all records this time too.
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Source: Vanity Fair