Gaten Matarazzo Says ‘Scariest’ Season about the Stranger Things Season 4

Gaten Matarazzo says the new season of Stranger Things will be the scariest. Matarazzo talks about the upcoming new season of the series.

Stranger Things season 4 will be broadcast in 2021 unless something goes wrong. According to leaks, the release date of Stranger Things Season 4 is August 21, 2021. However, Netflix does not have an official announcement yet.

Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin Henderson), the beloved star of the series, recently spoke to US Magazine. Making a statement about the 4th season of Stranger Things, Gaten said that the new season will be the scariest season.

“I think most would probably say it’s the scariest season out of the previous three which I love because it’s very fun to film,” Matarazzo said.

Gaten Matarazzo - Dustin Henderson
Gaten Matarazzo – Dustin Henderson

Is Stranger Things season 4 the final season?

Stranger Things which excites us with each new episode and season was released in 2016. Also, the good news is that the fourth season will not be the final season.

Ross Duffer, co-creator of the series, said production was delayed due to the pandemic, but they have much more time to write the rest of the story.

“We know what the end is, and we know when it is. The pandemic has given us time to look ahead, figure out what is best for the show. Starting to fill that out gave us a better idea of how long we need to tell that story. ”

Netflix shocked us with David Harbour appearances in season 4 teaser, who plays police chief Jim Hopper. Jim Hopper’s future fate turned into a big question mark. Matarazzo, however, had a good feeling that Hopper would be back for more.

“I guess most of the cast had a pretty good idea that he might be making a return, but they weren’t too sure about it from the beginning. By the time we had gotten to the table read we had all started reading together, it had been pretty clear. But it was great to have it confirmed when we saw David there.”

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