STRANGER THINGS Showrunners Drop Some Huge Hints About What To Expect From Season 4 - SPOILERS

STRANGER THINGS Showrunners Drop Some Huge Hints About What To Expect From Season 4 - <font color=red>SPOILERS</font>

Stranger Things season three ended with some huge hints about what comes next, and now showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer have talked about how they will expand the series moving into season four...

In Stranger Things' post-credits scene, we learn that the Russians (who had spent the entirety of season three trying to access the Upside Down) have an American held prisoner, and speculation is running rampant that it's the seemingly deceased Hopper. 

It's hard to believe he's really dead, after all, but how will our favourite characters make their way to Russia? Well, showrunner Matt Duffer has dropped some big hints about how the rescue could go down by revealing that "the biggest thing that’s going to happen" in Season 4 is that the show will "open up a little terms of allowing portals into areas outside of Hawkins."

That quite literally opens the door to Hopper being rescued, but moving outside of Hawkins would obviously change the show is some huge ways. However, Ross Duffer confirms the fourth season is "going to feel very different than this season. I think that’s the right thing to do and I think it’ll be exciting."

Finally, talk turned to that tease about the "American," but Matt wasn't willing to give anything away. "You definitely should not assume anything," he teased. "The line that Russian guard said is purposely intended to spark debate. We need people to ask the very questions that you’re asking." In other words, it sounds like we're just going to have to wait and see!

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