Showrunners have yet to confirm that Stranger Things will get a fourth season, but executive producer Shawn Levy has suggested that the series is likely to get more episodes.
“I just want to see [the characters] in high school, being normal kids,” she added.
“I feel like that’s what all of us want at this point.”
She added that the characters have “been through enough” and deserve a “break” after the events of the first three seasons (which have seen them fight terrifying monsters and travel to another dimension while trying to live their lives as teenagers on the side).
Sink declined to confirm or deny rumours claiming that the show’s fourth season – provided that it does indeed happen – will be its last, saying she didn’t have that information.
Stranger Things‘ third season premiered in July and is available on Netflix.
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