Published: Tue, July 16, 2019
Sci-tech | By Patricia Wade

'Stranger Things 4' Theories: 5 Big Questions We Have After That Finale

'Stranger Things 4' Theories: 5 Big Questions We Have After That Finale

Stranger Things 4, the next season of the Netflix series, is still shrouded in mystery and we have no idea what it will tell or what the characters involved in the new adventure will be. Of course, given season 3's record-breaking viewership numbers (not to mention, the dangling plot threads from the finale), it seems like a foregone conclusion the Duffer brothers will get a green light in the near future. Again, like we said, it's going to feel very different than this season. For now, all we can do is wait and see what Netflix's next move will be.

Because "Stranger Things" is a combination of several tones (scary, comedic, serious and playful, among others), a good method to separate them would be to ensure that scenes of differing tones don't overlap or happen right after each other so as to not confuse the audience. Considering both the emotional and mysterious events of the third season finale, I'd say that the show is sure to venture into new and risky territory. We have a pretty strong feeling that they will, however. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, creators Matt and Ross Duffer teased what might lay ahead.

Stranger Things 3 dropped last week and fans are holding it up as one of the best outings for the series yet.

Well, there is no doubt regarding the making of Stranger Things Season 4.

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Cary Ewles, who plays the role of Mayor Larry Kline this season, is the latest 80s actor to make an appearance in the series. Hopper's fate is one of the key cliffhangers that'll need to be resolved when season 4 premieres, and his contract status with Netflix may provide some clues.

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At the end of season two, we knew about Billy.

But the success of the return of "Stranger Things" was also owed to a massive, strategic marketing effort within Netflix that enlisted brands like Coca-Cola, Nike, and Baskin-Robbins to help promote the show in channels, like retail stores, that Netflix couldn't reach itself. If they want another season, they'll get one, but whatever.

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