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Stranger Things, “Why Is The Best Series?” All Season Full Review

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Stranger Things is a USA Sci-Fi horror broadcasting a TV series produced by Duffer Brothers & released on Netflix. The brothers serve as supervisors and are major producers along with Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen.

The series first aired on Netflix on July 15, 2016. Hosted in the 1980s in the fictional city of Hawkins, Indiana, Season 1st, focused on investigating the disappearance of a young boy “Will Byers” amid the supernatural events taking place in the city. including the appearance of women with psychokinetic skills.

The second season focuses on the negative effects of (Stranger Things) Will being on Upside Down and its structures entering the real world. The third season is focused

Eleven relationships with Mike as the kids continue their struggle against the Upside Down movement. The series features Winona Ryder, David Harbor, “Sweet Magnolias TV Show ‘Why Is The Best Show” Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, Cara Buono, and Dacre Montgomery.

The Duffer Brothers developed the series as a combination of investigative drama and supernatural phenomena expressed in shock, science fiction, and child-like sensitivity.

Setting the tv series in the 1980s, the Duffer Brothers (Stranger Things) introduced references to pop culture of that decade when several themes and director features were promoted primarily by the works of John Carpenter, Steven Spielberg, and Stephen King, as well as anime & video games.

They also took inspiration from the extraordinary tests that took place during the Cold War and the real conspiracies made by secret government surveys.

Stranger Things attracted record viewers on Netflix and has many fans, active and international. The series received special honors for its acting, lead, spirit, acting, song, directing, writing, and honoring 1980s films.

The series has received numerous awards and nominations including 39 Primetime Emmy Award nominations (as well as six winners), four Golden Globe nominations, a British Academy Television Award nomination, two Director Guild of America Award nominations, three nominees for the Guit of America Award, and three Grammy Award nominations.

She has won the Screen Actors Guild Award for (Stranger Things) Outstanding Performance by the Ensemble in the Drama Series, two American Film Institute awards, the Critics’ Choice Television Award, and the People’s Choice Awards, among others. In September 2019, the series was revived for the fourth season.

The Duffer Brothers said Stranger Things is likely to end after its “Season 5”.

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Stranger Things Summary

Stranger Things was set up in my hometown of Hawkins, Indiana, in the early 1980s. The nearby Hawkins National Laboratory conducts scientific research at “Love ft Marriage and Divorce Season 2 on Netflix”  the United States Department of Energy, but secretly conducts experiments on supernatural forces, including those involving human experimental studies.

Unintentionally, they built a site of another size, “Upside Down”. The influence of Upside Down is starting to affect Hawkins residents who are unaware of the tragic ways.

Season 1

Stranger Things, the first season begins in November 1983, when Will Byers was abducted by a creature from Upside Down. His mother, Joyce, and the city’s chief of police, Jim Hopper, searched for Will. At the same time, a young psychologist named Eleven escapes from the laboratory and helps Will, Mike, Dustin, and Lucas’ friends in their quest for Will.

Season 2

Stranger Things, The second season is set for the following year, starting in October 1984. Will will be saved, but few know the details of the events. When it was discovered that Will was still being influenced by material from Upside Down, his friends and family learned that there was a serious threat in their area from Upside Down.

Season 3

Stranger Things, The third season is scheduled a few months later, in the days leading up to the fourth anniversary of July 1985. The new Star court Mall has become a center for Hawkins residents, which puts many other stores out of business.

Hopper is increasingly concerned about Eleven’s relationship with Mike while trying to take care of Joyce. Unbeknownst to the city, the Soviet secret laboratory under Starcourt sought to open a gateway to Upside Down, allowing organizations from Upside Down to locate the Hawkins people and create a new panic.


Stranger Things Season Released Date

Stranger Things Season 1

Featured 81-hour episodes that were released worldwide on Netflix on July 15, 2016, and


EP.N. Description Directed  Release Date
1 The Vanishing of Will Byers The Duffer Brothers July 15, 2016
2 The Weirdo on Maple Stree The Duffer Brothers July 15, 2016
3 Holly, Jolly Shawn Levy July 15, 2016
4 The Body Shawn Levy July 15, 2016
5 The Flea and the Acrobat The Duffer Brothers July 15, 2016
6 The Monster The Duffer Brothers July 15, 2016
7 The Bathtub The Duffer Brothers July 15, 2016
8 The Upside Down The Duffer Brothers July 15, 2016

Stranger Things Season 2

The 2nd season, consisting of 9 episodes, was released on October 27, 2017.


EP.N. Description Directed  Release Date
1 MADMAX The Duffer Brothers October 27, 2017
2 Trick or Treat, Freak The Duffer Brothers October 27, 2017
3 The Pollywog Shawn Levy October 27, 2017
4 Will the Wise Shawn Levy October 27, 2017
5 Dig Dug Andrew Stanton October 27, 2017
6 The Spy Andrew Stanton October 27, 2017
7 The Lost Sister Rebecca Thomas October 27, 2017
8 The Mind Flayer The Duffer Brothers October 27, 2017
9 The Gate The Duffer Brothers October 27, 2017

Stranger Things Season 3

The 3rd season also contains 8 episodes and was released on July 4, 2019. Netflix announced on September 30, 2019,


EP.N. Description Directed  Release Date
1 Do You Copy? The Duffer Brothers July 4, 2019
2 The Mall Rats The Duffer Brothers July 4, 2019
3 The Case of the Missing Lifeguard Shawn Levy July 4, 2019
4 The Sauna Test Shawn Levy July 4, 2019
5 The Flayed Uta Briesewitz July 4, 2019
6 E Pluribus Unum Uta Briesewitz July 4, 2019
7 The Bite The Duffer Brothers July 4, 2019
8 The Battle of Starcourt The Duffer Brothers July 4, 2019

Stranger Things Season 4

Netflix has not announced the Stranger Things season 4 release date yet.


EP.N. Description Directed  Release Date
1 The Hellfire Club The Duffer Brothers Coming Soon

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Cast & Crew Review

  • David Harbor as Jim Hopper, Hawkins Police Chief of Staff. After her young daughter died of cancer, Hopper divorced and fell into alcoholism. “Sweet Magnolias Season 2 on Netflix Eventually, she grows up to be more responsible, saving Joyce’s son and adopting Eleven as her adopted daughter. It is revealed that he and Joyce have good feelings for each other.
  • Finn Wolfhard is Mike Wheeler, a middle-aged Karen and Ted Wheeler, a brother of Nancy and Holly, and one of Will Byers’ three friends. He is a smart and conscientious student and committed to his friends. He initiates romantic feelings for eleven.
  • Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers, mother role of Will and Jonathan Byers. She is divorced from Lonnie Byers. In the second episode, she falls in love with a high school classmate, Bob, until she dies. He and Hopper were suggested to have feelings for each other.
  • Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven / Jane Hopper, a girl with telepathic and psychokinetic ability and limited vocabulary. Her real name is Jane, and she is the daughter of Terry Ives. After escaping from the Labkins Laboratory, where tests were performed on him, he became friends with Mike, Dustin, and Lucas. She starts to fall in love with Mike. At the end of the second season, Hopper uses Eleven. In the third season, she and Hopper become close and she begins to look at him like her own daughter.
  • Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas Sinclair, one of Thanda’s friends. He warns the eleven but eventually becomes his friend. In the second episode, she is one of Max’s romantic interests and eventually becomes her boyfriend for the third season.
  • Natalia Dyer as Nancy Wheeler, daughter of Karen and Ted, and older sister Mike and Holly. Reading and keeping the law, Nancy finds her other side while investigating the Hawkins Lab and the death of her friend Barbara. For the first two seasons, she is Steve Harrington’s girlfriend, but she breaks up with him and falls in love with Jonathan Byers.
  • Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson, one of Will Byers’ best friends. Her cleidocranial dysplasia causes her to listen. For the second season, he is proud of his new front teeth and is attracted to Max. In the third episode, he finds a girlfriend, Suzie (shown by Gabriella Pizzolo), who meets him at Camp Know Where and they share their one spot together in the final episode of season 3.
  • Charlie Heaton as Jonathan Byers, Will Byers ‘older brother, and Joyce Byers’ son. He is a quiet young person, out of school, and who loves to take pictures. She is very close to her mother and brother, and she becomes Nancy Wheeler’s boyfriend.
  • Cara Buono as Karen Wheeler, Nancy’s young mother, middle school Mike, and little Holly.
  • Matthew Modine as Martin Brenner (season 1; season 2) is the scientist in charge of the Habkins Laboratory. Remote management and control, he and his team wanted Eleven.
  • Noah Schnapp as Will Byers (2 seasons present) season 1), Joyce Byers’ son and younger brother Jonathan Byers. He was caught by a beast from “Upside Down”, a variant discovered by scientists at the Labkins Laboratory.
  • Sadie Sink as Max Mayfield (2 seasons available), Billy’s younger sister, and the tomboy that gets the attention of Lucas and Dustin, have finally chosen Lucas.
  • Joe Keery as Steve Harrington (2 seasons present; season 1), a famous high school student and boyfriend Nancy Wheeler. He fires Jonathan Byers but later becomes his friend. He and Nancy later split up for a second season.
  • Paul Reiser as Sam Owens (season 2; guest season 3), Brenner’s replacement Department of Energy manager as director of the Hawkins Laboratory. He is stubborn and devoted to scientific research, but he is sympathetic to the citizens of Hawkins.
  • Maya Hawke as Robin Buckley (season 3 so far), a “different” girl who works with Steve at an ice cream shop at the mall.
  • Dacre Montgomery as Billy Hargrove (seasons 2-3), Max’s older brother is violent, unpredictable, and abusive. To challenge Steve’s popularity.
  • Sean Astin is Bob Newby (season 2; guest season 3), a former student with Joyce and Hopper in charge of Hawkins RadioShack and Joyce’s boyfriend, which puts him at odds with Hopper.
  • Priah Ferguson as Erica Sinclair (season 3 – present; repeat season 2), Lucas’s ten-year-old sister.
  • Brett Gelman as Murray Bauman (season 4; seasons 2-3), conspiracy theorist, private investigator, and old Hoppers friend.
  • Jamie Campbell Bower as role Peter Ballard (season 4)
  • Eduardo Franco as Argyle (season 4) To All The Boys I Loved Before 2, A Love Story
  • Joseph Quinn as Eddie Munson (season 4)


Stranger Things Production

Anonymous was created by Matt and Ross Duffer, better known as the Duffer Brothers. The duo had just finished writing and produced their 2015 film Hidden, in which they tried to mimic M’s style. Night Shyamalan.

However, due to changes at Warner Bros., its host, the film did not see many releases, and the Duffer Brothers were unsure of their future.

To their surprise, television producer Donald De Line came to them, impressed with Hidden’s writing, and gave them the opportunity to work in the Wayward Pines episodes next to Shyamalan.

The brothers were instructed by Shyamalan during the episode so that when they finished, they could see that they were ready to produce their own television series.

That would actually be like an episode of a real series driver, as well as a 20-page book to help you buy the series around the network.

They put the story on about 15 cable networks, all of whom rejected the script on the grounds that they felt the plot was child-centered as the main characters would not work, asking them to do a series of children or let the children focus on Hopper’s Inquiry in general.

In early 2015, Dan Cohen, VP of 21 Laps Entertainment, brought the document to his colleague Shawn Levy. They then invited the Duffer Brothers to their office and bought the rights to the series, giving the brothers full writing rights.

After learning the pilot, the Netflix streaming app purchased the entire season for an undisclosed price; the series was announced after the official release of 2016 by Netflix in early April 2015.

Duffer Brothers said that by the time they installed Netflix, the service had already acquired it with its first program, such as House of Cards and Orange Is the New Black, with well-known producers behind it, and they were ready to start giving emerging producers the opportunity to do so.

The brothers began writing the series and brought Levy and Cohen as major producers to start broadcasting and recording.

The series was originally known as Montauk. The building was then located in Montana, New York, and in the vicinity of Long Island. Montauk has been exposed to a number of conspiracy theories, including secret government investigations.

The brothers had chosen Montanauk as it furthered Spielberg’s connection with the film Jaws, in which Montana was used to making the Amity Island legend.

After deciding to change the story of the series to the fictional town of Hawkins instead, the brothers felt that they could do things in the city, such as isolation, which they could not imagine redistributing.

With the change of venue, they had to come up with a new theme for the series under the direction of Net Sarlios of Netflix in order to start promoting it to the public.

The brothers first used a copy of Stephen King’s Firestarter’s novel to look at the title font and their appearance and came up with a long list of items that could be used. (The Queen’s Gambit on Netflix, Anya Taylor-Joy) Stranger Things happened as it sounded like another King’s novel, Needful Things, although Matt realized that they were still “heated debate” on this final article.


Stranger Things Writing

The concept of Stranger Things began with how the brothers felt they could adopt the concept of the film The Prisoners of 2013, which described the moral challenges the father went through when his daughter was abducted and extended for more than eight hours or more by means of serial television.

As they focused on the lost child part of the story, (Stranger Things) they wanted to introduce the concept of “child-like minds” that they could offer and play with the idea of ​​a cannibal beast.

The brothers thought that the combination of these things was “the best thing that ever happened”. Introducing the beast in the narrative, they “Love ft Marriage and Divorce Season 2 on Netflix” regarded the “strange experiments we had learned about the Cold War” as Project MKUltra, which contributed to the existence of the beast in science rather than the spiritual realm.

This also helped them decide to use 1983 as a seasoning, as it was a year before the film Red Dawn was released, which focused on the Cold War called.

Next, they have been able to use all their personal motivations since the 1980s, the decade they were born, as series elements, building in the realm of science fiction and horror stories.

Other Impacts cited by the Duffer Brothers include Stephen King’s novels; movies produced by John Carpenter, Wes Craven, Steven Spielberg, and Guillermo del Toro; (Stranger Things) movies like Alien, Star Wars & Stand by Me; Japanese anime like Akira and Elfen Lied; and many video games including Silent Hill, Black Souls and The Last of Us.

The Duffer Brothers also believe that they may have inadvertently influenced influences from other works, including Beyond the Black Rainbow, which were obtained by reviewing fan feedback on the tv series. Several sites and books have found other references to pop culture in the tv series, especially references to pop culture.

Since Netflix was the platform, the Duffer Brothers were not limited to the standard 22-episode format, opting for eight-episode mode. They were worried that the season of 22 episodes on broadcast television would be difficult to “tell a cinema story” about these many episodes.

Eight episodes allowed them to devote time to the (Stranger Things) presentation in addition to narrative development; if they had little time available, they would have to remain committed to telling the horror film as soon as the monster was introduced and discarded its manifestation.

In these 8 episodes, the brothers aimed to make the first season “sound like a great movie” with all the great themes completed so that “the audience could feel satisfied”, but left unresolved enough to show that “there is a great myth, and there are many threads hanging on.

When it comes to writing children’s characters in the series, the Duffer Brothers considered themselves expelled from other students while in high school and as a result found it easier to write to Mike and his friends, and especially Barb.

Joyce is portrayed behind Richard Dreyfuss’ character, (Stranger Things) Roy Neary in the Close Encounters of the Third Kind, as she is seen as “begging” to everyone else as she tries to find Will.


Stranger Things Series Making

In June 2015, it was announced that Winona Ryder and David Harbor would join the series as Joyce and as unnamed police chief, respectively.

The director of the brothers’ characters Carmen Cuba had nominated Ryder for the role of Joyce, both of whom were quickly drawn for her prominence in 1980s films.

Levy believed that Ryder “could paralyze the emotional urgency but gain layers and nuance with the different sides of [Joyce]”. (Stranger Things) Ryder has praised the fact that most of the storytelling characters in the game require him to imitate Joyce as she is “crazy, but actually has something”, and that the producers believe she can play a difficult role.

The Duffer Brothers had previously been interested in Harbor, who even had Stranger Things play small roles as corrupt characters, and felt they “waited too long for this opportunity” to play forward, while Harbor himself was thrilled with the text and the opportunity to play “broken, flawed, anti-hero character”.

More acting followed two months later with (Stranger Things) Finn Wolfhard as Mike, Millie Bobby Brown in an undisclosed role, Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin, “Sweet Magnolias TV Show ‘Why Is The Best Show” Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas, Natalia Dyer as Nancy, and Charlie Heaton as Jonathan.

Actors researching children’s roles read lines from Stand by Me. The Duffer Brothers estimate that there are more than a thousand children of role-players.

They noted that Wolfhard had (Stranger Things) already been “boring in the movies” of films since the 1980s and easily filled the role when they found that Matarazzo’s experiments were more reliable than other test tapes, and they selected him after a single view of his test tape.

The acting of Will’s young actors and his friends was done shortly after the completion of the first script, and the following texts included the characters’ characters.

The brothers said that Modine had given an important impression to Dr. Brenner’s character, who did not really like him as they considered him to be the most difficult character (Stranger Things) he could write for because of his limited appearance in history.

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