Following the conclusion of the first volume of Stranger Things season 4, the wait for volume 2 will be very brief. This is the time frame in which you might anticipate binge watching the hefty episodes 8 and 9.
The run time of Stranger Things was never intended to be indefinite. To tell you the truth, the creators of Stranger Things never intended for the show to continue beyond its first season. But this was before Netflix and the Duffer Brothers, who created the series, saw what a wonderful cast the programme had assembled, as well as the overwhelmingly positive reaction viewers had to the characters in the show. Despite this, the finish line is drawing ever closer.
The first seven episodes of Stranger Things season 4, volume 1, are now available to stream on Netflix. After that, only the two episodes that constitute season 4 volume 2 and a fifth season are set to follow. In an open letter that was distributed to fans before the launch of season 4, Matt and Ross Duffer discussed their decision-making process.
According to what was written by the identical twins, “Seven years ago, we sketched out the full plot arc for Stranger Things.” “At the time, we speculated that the story would be told over the course of four or five seasons. It proved too large to tell in four, but — as you’ll soon see for yourselves — we are now hurtling toward our finale. Season 4 will be the penultimate season; season 5 will be the last.”
Fans have now had a glimpse of what the penultimate season of “Stranger Things” will look like. That season will be full of new monsters, both of the human and the Upside Down sort, as well as many of the same Hawkins residents that we have grown to know and love. However, as of right now, the second-to-last season has not yet been finished being filmed. The eighth and ninth episodes of the fourth season of Stranger Things are currently under production. When can we anticipate being able to view them?
Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2: Release Date
On Friday, July 1, Netflix will begin streaming the second volume of the fourth season of Stranger Things, which consists of only two episodes. New episodes of Netflix programmes are uploaded to the streaming service at 3:01 a.m. ET / 12:01 a.m. PT on a regular basis. You shouldn’t expect anything different from the second volume of the fourth season of Stranger Things.
Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 Episodes Length
It’s possible that this will be a first for the Den of Geek. That’s a first for me, at the very least. I don’t think I’ve ever actually typed the phrase “Episode Lengths” in a subheading before, but in this instance, it seems to be appropriate! It’s possible that you’ve asked yourself, “Why should I care how lengthy an episode of something is?” in recent times. In this particular instance, though, it is quite likely that you will want to be aware of it because it has the potential to significantly impact your streaming plans. The following is a rundown of how long each episode is:
- Stranger Things season 4 episode 8 – 1 hour, 25 minutes
- Stranger Things season 4 episode 9 – 2 hours, 30 minutes
Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 Spoiler
Episode 7 of the fourth season of Stranger Things left fans on a pretty huge cliffhanger, however that episode is not the series’ conclusion. On July 1, exactly one month from now, Netflix will begin streaming Volume II, which includes the final two episodes of the season. This is an important fact that we must bring to our attention. The show’s executive producer and one of the directors, Shawn Levy, has hinted that there would be much more content released in the future.
“There’s no question that season 4 is built as a prelude to and springboard for the fifth and final season,” Levy tells EW. “When you watch Volume II, you’ll know what I’m talking about. And I’ll just tell you, as great as Volume I is, Volume II is extraordinary. I can’t wait for the world to react to Volume I, knowing that they have such rich episodes to come in just over a month.”
We’ve seen Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and Dr. Martin Brenner (Matthew Modine) work together so far in season 4 to unlock the horrific memories that she had previously suppressed in order to regain her powers. The massacre at Hawkins lab that left practically everyone, including the other youngsters in the programme, dead is the most enduring memory. Brenner’s first psychic offspring, one (Jamie Campbell Bower), turns out to be an orderly at the facility. One, on the other hand, turns against the guards and the children after Eleven is tricked into removing the power suppressor implanted in his neck.
He is trapped in the Upside Down when Eleven’s fight with One opens a portal to the realm. In the present timeline of Season 4, after spending years in the harsh realm, the environment transforms One into the demo-creature menacing Hawkins.
“On Stranger Things,” adds Levy, “everything occurs for a reason.” “Season 5 will be our last because the Duffer brothers, as well as all of us who work on the show with them, want it to be a good finale and not tell one tale longer than it needs to be. The fourth season of Game of Thrones shows that we’re taking a lot of threads — character strands, plot strands, mythology strands — and explaining and weaving them together.”
Now that he can talk publicly about his position as One/Vecna, Bower tells EW that the season “gets greater” in the final Volume II episodes. “If you believed it could get any bigger, you’d be wrong,” he declares. “There is a lot more to it in terms of visuals, plot, and passion for all the characters. Let’s just say that the conclusion is a bit of an explosive one. I’m aware that many others have used the terms “explosive,” “scale,” and “scope,” but I truly mean it. Both the characters and the audience benefit greatly from these final two episodes.”
For Volume II, there will be two episodes, one of which clocks in at about two and a half hours long.
Fans can look forward to a few more surprises when the programme returns next month, as Levy hints in his latest trailer. Sadie Sink, the actress who plays Max, is one of them. “Max and Sadie Sink are going through an anthemic season,” he says. “The fourth episode is a centrepiece episode for Max, without giving anything away regarding later episodes in Volume II.”
Another has to do with Will (Noah Schnapp). It appears as if Mike’s pal will come out of the closet. This is the fifth episode of the series. Only one thing came out of Levy’s mouth: “Strange Things doesn’t have many mishaps. Each character has a distinct purpose and strategy, as well as serious thought behind it. The breadcrumbs of story and character that you picked up from Volume I are probably not a coincidence.”
Finally, Levy says that the final two episodes have a lot of heart.
“There’s so much talk already about the scale and scope and runtime of season 4, but I, for one, love the fact that it’s also huge in heart and that’s always been the actual superpower of this show,” he says. “If it were only spectacle, it wouldn’t be a global phenomenon with characters that we root for with such emotionality and heart. As big and cinematic as season 4 has gotten, and it will get further in Volume II, it delivers on that heart.”
Stranger Things Season 4 Where To Watch
Netflix is presently streaming Stranger Things season 4, Volume I. The entire recap is here. On July 1, Volume II will premiere.
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