The first reviews of Stranger Things season 4 have arrived!


Season 4 of Stranger Things has been released and critics have had a chance to pour their reviews. On review aggregator, Rotten Tomatoes, the fourth season had an average tomatometer of 89% upon its debut with 27 reviews at the time. Since then, it has risen to 93% as at the time of this article. Milly Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo, Sadie Sink, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Wynona Ryder, David Harbor, Joe Keery and Maya Hawke return in new episodes.

The synopsis for Season 4 of Stranger Things reads: “Six months have passed since the Battle of Starcourt left a mark of terror and destruction on Hawkins. As they continue to deal with the consequences, the group of friends split up for the first time – and navigating the intricacies of school doesn’t make it any easier. In this most vulnerable moment, an even more terrifying new supernatural threat emerges, bringing a great mystery that, if solved, could hold the key to ending the horrors of the Upside Down.

The fourth season of “Stranger Things” unfolds in two parts, with the first batch of episodes premiering on Netflix on May 27, 2022. Volume 2 will be available to stream on July 1, nearly a month later. We got the first photos in March, and now the first half of the fourth season is out.

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What Critics Have to Say About Season 4 of Stranger Things

It should be noted that Netflix has already stated that Stranger Things is green lit for a fifth season, which is the show’s final season. Here are some of the reviews from the new season of reviews:

Now, six years after the series was first released, “Stranger Things” has dramatically enhanced its mythology to complicate its stories far beyond its original limitations. It’s also scattered its characters to the wind enough that checking in with each one has become increasingly difficult, to the point that apparently there’s just no way to scale everything down to fit the limits of a traditional television episode. – Caroline Framke, Variety

Sadie Sink takes center stage. A desperate Max has drifted away from everyone after the death of his half-brother Billy (Dacre Montgomery). The isolation drags him into terrible situations. No pun intended, but the actress sinks into her role and ends up delivering the best performance of the bunch, especially in the remarkable fourth episode. After Fear Street and Stranger Things, we may have a booming scream queen on our hands. – Saloni Gajjar, Audiovisual Club

All in all, Stranger Things season 4 feels stronger and more put together than seasons 2 and 3, which often caved in to expectations to recapture the magic of its magical first season. More money in the budget doesn’t always equate to better production, but you can see how well the show put its jaw-dropping $30 million episode budget to good use. It’s unclear how much has been funneled into things like VFX or Covid-19 protocols, but Vecna ​​is a damn impressive sight to behold. – Eric Francisco, Inverse

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The TV show is very popular and critically acclaimed

Stranger Things is a Netflix Original sci-fi horror drama television series developed by the Duffer Brothers. Along with Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen, the brothers serve as showrunners and executive producers. On July 15, 2016, Netflix launched the series. The first season, set in the 1980s in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, focuses on the investigation of the disappearance of a young boy (Will Byers) amid unexplained events in the town, such as the emergence of a girl with psychokinetic abilities (Eleven).

Stranger Things has an international fan base and received record viewership numbers on Netflix. For its characterization, atmosphere, acting, soundtrack, directing, script, and homages to 1980s films, the series received critical acclaim. He has 39 Primetime Emmy Award nominations (and six wins). The show has four Golden Globe Award nominations and one British Academy Television Award nomination. She also has two Directors Guild of America Award nominations, three Writers Guild of America Awards and three Grammys. Award nominations.


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