Stranger Things is heading back to Netflix for Season 4, and it has already released a highly revelatory video for it. Your excitement shouldn't be dissipating after watching, though, because Stranger Things star Noah Schnapp has revealed what his reaction to reading Season 4's scripts was. He sounds enthusiastic, to say the least!
The Stranger Things mainstay is one of the many stars who will return for Season 4, even though details surrounding the narrative remain a secret. However, the Season 4 premiere’s title has already been unveiled, and it has a pretty significant reference to X-Men. Is that what has Noah Schnapp so excited? Here's what Schnapp told THR:
This is quite an endorsement! Interestingly, Stranger Things is heading into its fourth season, and Noah Schnapp has read the first four scripts from it. A lucky number, or something more evil? Or maybe just a coincidence, but probably evil.
Having gotten through those first four screenplays, Schnapp obviously read about the fiery beginning this next season gets off to. However "hellish" things get, though, it clearly did not detour Schnapp’s excitement.
Noah Schnapp remains excited to see what the rest of Season 4 has in store, which is probably a good indication that Will doesn't get killed off in the premiere. Though now I'm worried about the implications involved with him only getting four of them.
Beyond Will, we're also wondering how much Hopper will show up in Stranger Things’ forthcoming installments, now that the show has finally confirmed his survival. There are a lot of people ready to find out what happening with him for sure.
Stranger Things was the number one most-watched show on Netflix last year. Now the wait is on to learn the answers that fans are dying to know, and it would seem the cast may fit that bill as well, though they'll obviously learn things sooner than fans will. Noah Schnapp's comments should certainly help bolster the already existing anticipation surrounding Season 4.
Between the fate of Hopper and whatever is ahead for some of Stranger Things’ fan theories, it should be an interesting ride! The third season broke ratings records at Netflix when it premiered last July. Will Season 4 perform to similar results? If it is as stellar as Noah Schnapp feels it is, I could see it happening.
With all this being said, Stranger Things fans still do not have a whole lot to go on when it comes to Season 4. However, the teaser mentioned earlier offered a peek at Hopper alive and hard at work in Russia. Yes, the beloved police chief is cold, but he does seem to be among the living, after all.
When the latest season ended, Noah Schnapp’s Will was preparing to leave Hawkins with his family and Eleven. Will they go for good? Stay tuned.
Stranger Things' first three seasons are streaming on Netflix, along with lots of new 2020 content. A premiere date for Stranger Things Season 4 has not been revealed yet, but in the meantime, fans of the sci-fi series can check out this winter and spring’s premieres.
Like a contented Hallmark movie character, Britt happily lives in the same city she grew up in. Along with movies and television, she is passionate about competitive figure skating. She has been writing about entertainment for 5 years, and as you may suspect, still finds it as entertaining to do as when she began.
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