The wait is almost over: in less than two months, Netflix’s flagship show will return with its 4th season. The new entry of Stranger Things will consist of 9 episodes, split into two parts, with the first one airing at the end of May, and the second on the 1st of July.
The new season’s episodes were directed by original creators Matt and Ross Duffer, producer Shawn Levy, and Hungary’s well-known Hollywood director Nimród Antal, who worked on episodes 5 and 6 of the fans’ favorite show.
Nimród Antal was born in LA, studied film in Budapest, and after his 2003 cult movie “Control” he quickly earned his welcome in Hollywood. His directorial credits include the 2010 movie “Predators” and Metallica‘s smashing concert movie, “Through the Never”.
“Stranger Things” premiered on Netflix back in 2016, and after a few months it became one of the main reasons of the streaming platform’s success. The horror show that is set in the 80s follows the story of 4 teenagers and a strange girl, uncovering the mysterious events around the small town of Hawkins.
The show’s great reception by critics and fans kept the upcoming seasons extremely popular, but as the child actors grew up, things had to come to an end – although there has not been an official confirmation yet, season 5 will most likely be the end of the horrors, as well as the end of an era.