Although Netflix has yet to declare when Stranger Things will return for Season 4, celebrity Finn Wolfhard (It, The Addams Family) stated at a current movie call using a buff it”should be out sometime next year, hopefully.” While 2022 is obviously quite a long way away, that is at least a stronger date than we last heard in March, when actor Gaten Matarazzo (The Blacklist, Drop the Mic) said in an interview that he could not even guess when another season would be done.
“There are very few dates which are dependable,” Matarazzo said.” [Due to the pandemic] we still don’t know daily if we’re gonna be filming every week.” Matarazzo further clarified that because of how staggered and inconsistent shoots have become, “there is no way to figure out when we’re gonna be a wrap.”
So far, the gap between Season 3 and the upcoming Season 4 will be the longest in the show’s run. Season 1 was first released in 2016, with Season 2 following the next year in 2017. Even though COVID-19 and the resulting quarantine were clearly a factor in the delay, which only further warps everybody’s sense of time, it may shock readers to understand Season 3 came out in 2019.
Fortunately, the Netflix series has benefited from these flaws by being able to cook more completely. Director Shawn Levy lately confirmed that”the caliber of these screenplays are unique, possibly better than ever.” Matarazzo notes that the Duffer Brothers’ directing has additionally been thrilling: “They have managed to enjoy in directing in their day-to-day. it requires up their whole minds when they are making this.” Together with the writing seemingly now out of the way, once the cameras are rolling out, Matarazzo claims that the Duffer Brothers can”concentrate on how they’re going to deliver. And I think that it shows.”