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Review: Stranger Things Season 4 is now available on Netflix

Yusuf Balogun
Yusuf Balogun
Yusuf is a law graduate and freelance journalist with a keen interest in tech reporting.

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Finally, after a long-winded wait since Stranger Things Season 3 release in 2019, the first edition of the fourth season is now here, with seven episodes packed with action and passion.

Back in 2016, when the movie first debuted, the series is now in its fourth season, and it continues to raise the bar with each new episode. Season four is now available on Netflix as confirmed via its official Twitter, with Millie Bobby Brown explaining this season in 60 seconds short video.

Ross and Matt Duffer, the show’s creators, deliver big when it comes to setting up a season that could be considered one of the series’ most important because it deals with several threads that bring fans closer to the answers they’ve been looking for since the movie began.

Stranger Things has come a long way since Millie Bobby Brown’s Eleven initially appeared in the film in 2016. Brown has grown as an actress as well as a character throughout the four seasons.

Stranger Things Season 4 Part 1 Review

The show’s writers ultimately reveal Eleven’s backstory in the fourth season, something that has been on everyone’s mind from the first time we saw her, and it’s undoubtedly the season’s most fascinating storyline.

The new season has a lot of ambition, with seven episodes lasting up to an hour or even more, and it succeeds in most instances in its endeavor to achieve storytelling brilliance.

The season begins in 1986 with Joyce (Winona Ryder) and her family, Jonathan (Charlie Heaton), Will (Noah Schnapp), and recently adopted Eleven, moving to California.

Will and Eleven are struggling to fit into their new school, which has a Mean Girls air to it. Mike (Finn Wolfhard) and Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) return to Hawkins to join their high school’s Dungeons and Dragons group, which is led by Eddie (Joseph Quinn), who is a welcome addition to the group.

Meanwhile, Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) appears to be attempting to shed his freaks and geeks image in high school by making the most of his benchwarmer status on the basketball team.

Max (Sadie Sink) is grappling with the aftermath of her brother Billy’s (Dacre Montgomery) gruesome death, while Hopper (David Harbour), who is assumed dead by Hawkins inhabitants, is being held captive in a Russian jail.

As a result, with Season 4’s fearsome new enemy, the movie achieves huge special effects milestones. As the fourth season begins to wrap up all of the previous loose ends, it appears to be the start of the end, ensuring that the fifth and final season of the program delivers on every level.

To enjoy this fascinating movie log in to your Netflix account to watch and download the full seasons or better still visit Netflix Twitter handle or Youtube to watch the short trailer. Stay connected with TechGenyz for more updates.

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