Spoiler for Stranger Things 3 follow below
Stranger Things 3 saw a whirlwind of changes occurring in the small town of Hawkins, Indiana. The retro, neon-lit Starcourt Mall made its public debut, the Byers family made the final decision to pack up and leave the Midwestern city that haunted them for three seasons, and also the main group in the series of the children found themselves experiencing personal growth. Or, in other words, facing puberty and making that transition embarrassing and uncomfortable in adolescents. It was a season that covered a vast terrain that ranged from small businesses and the devastating effects that Reagan's consumerism had on them, to the inner emotional conflict that comes with growing up. All while Upside Down's terrifying, gloomy and gloomy atmosphere soared over Hawkins in the form of the horrible Mind Flayer.
The third season was praised for a number of reasons, namely to focus its attention on children in the center. After a divisive second season, the Duffer Brothers gear change for the follow-up of this year. It arrived to the fans in a vibrant wave of nostalgia of the 80s, leaving behind the usual Halloween / fall / Christmas series for the summer of 1985. It looked bigger, bolder and came back to shape in where fans fell in love with skiing – first and foremost. He also left a series of questions that persist in the air during his last episode. Now, Netflix has not officially renewed the series for a fourth season yet, but with the monumental success of the third season that broke records for the streaming giant, it's a breeze to make a comeback. Waiting for what is to come, here are some of the biggest questions we hope for Stranger Things 4 will face when it inevitably arrives.