Stranger Things star David Harbour has revealed that season 4 will begin to set the tone for the series’ finale. The popular Netflix series has become a highlight for the streaming platform since season 1 was released in 2016. While the series has been set in Hawkins, a tiny town, the finale of season 3 introduces a new setting and indicates that there is a lot more going on than the audience is aware of.
Season 4 Glance
Creators of shows Originally planned for a four-season run, the Duffer Brothers teased an end in sight. Last year, however, the creators announced that Season 4 will not be the final season, but that they do have a plan for the rest of the series to guarantee that the tale is completed properly.
The pandemic provided writers even more time to develop their screenplays, and now that Netflix is promoting season 4, there have been a slew of Stranger Things fan theories circulating.
Harbour elaborated on what fans might expect from the forthcoming season in an interview with Collider. While he was unable to remark on specific story points, he did mention the significance of the location. Season 4 will, according to him, begin to establish a conclusion for the Netflix series.
The show has not only remained in Hawkins for three seasons, but the scale of the tale has remained very small. The cast of Stranger Things usually splits off into smaller groups, such as Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) and Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo).
Each of these groups has its own set of goals to achieve, allowing viewers to spend more time with each of the characters. Season 4 will broaden both the scale and scope of the show, allowing fans to understand how Hawkins’ actions fit into the larger picture and what the town’s fate will be.