Stranger Things: The First 8 Minutes Of Season 4 And WETA’s Epic Minis!

Stranger Things is soon coming to an end. Although there may be spin-offs, the story of the kids from Hawkins, Indiana, will close out with the fifth season. We’re rapidly approaching that time. It has been an exciting ride with an impressive first season, but the series has yet to capture that lightning in a bottle again with subsequent outings. Perhaps, this preview of Season 4 will change that?
Through the Stranger Things YouTube channel, Netflix has released the first eight minutes of the fourth season’s initial episode. We return to the Hawkins National Laboratories before the events of season one, where multiple children are displaying their psychic abilities. One particular child, Ten, is undergoing some tests when all hell breaks loose.

In addition to seeing the first eight minutes of the latest season of Netflix’s iconic series, the Stranger Things cast came together to do a recap of Seasons 1 through 3.

When it comes to more tangible Stranger Things stuff, there’s WETA’s Mini Epics line of figures. Previously the workshop known for its work on the Lord of the Rings franchise made minis of Season One’s Eleven and Demogorgon. The next batch of Mini Epics figures will include Mike, Will, Lucas, and Dustin, according to
Each Mini is $49.99, and they stand roughly 6″ tall, or just short of that. The Mini Epics are made of vinyl. These should arrive during Q1 next year.

Weta Workshop
Weta Workshop
Look for the newest season of Stranger Things to premiere on May 27th exclusively on Netflix.
I cannot believe it has been six years since the series first aired. I was fortunate enough to be on set in 2016 to interview the cast and crew. You can listen to those interviews below:

Let us know what you think of the preview in the comments section below.
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