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A Netflix original series, “Stranger Things” returns in its new season with even more darkness after two years.

As the town of Hawkins, Indiana was covered with strange and scary things such as sudden disappearances and burning down of a mall — the story of a group of young friends continues in this season 4 with many eerie and thrilling moments. 

In a media interview, the cast of “Stranger Things” gave us a glimpse and hints as to what to expect and what we should look forward to in this coming new season. They genuinely answered some spontaneous questions from fandom names and favorite memes in the show to what happened behind-the-scenes in the span of years working with each other amid pandemic.

STRANGER THINGS. (L to R) Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler, Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas Sinclair and Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson in STRANGER THINGS. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2022

Noah Schnapp was asked how this new season will progress.”[So] it’s a lot darker. Yeah, I mean, [it’s] it’s crazy,” he says. “I remember I just watched the first two episodes because they just sent us like the first four. And it just shocked me how crazy and scary it is because every season when we do this press, I always say it’s so much darker and so much bigger.”

It seems that season four comes with various surprises and a lot of secrets and revelations to look forward to.

When asked what is their favorite meme in the show, they answered—”I think maybe the one where Finn is like flipping off the camera and it says the strangest thing I ever did was trusting.”

One of the highlights of the interview and viewers look forward to is Dusty-bun and Suzie-poo’s never-ending story and will they be able to get more? — In which Gaten Matarazzo answers,”That would be a lot of fun for people to see. It’d be a lot of fun for me to do. That would be great,” he continus. “I guess we’ll just have to wait and see [for] when the show comes out.”

Over on Twitter, some fans of the show kept asking what is their fandom name. This question was raised and Eduardo spontaneously replied with “Upside Downers” which brought a laugh to the interview. 

“Stranger Things 4” is now showing on Netflix. 

*Contributed by Michaella Joy Tsuji, student from CMU

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