The Duffer Brothers Tease 'Stranger Things' Season 4 Details

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In a poetic fashion, Stranger Things season 3 began and ended in Russian Federation, but season 4 will likely spend more time in the country, as the Duffer Brothers further lean into the Cold War-era fears for their '80s nostalgia hit Netflix series. Naturally then, Stranger Things season 4 - which has yet to be officially green-lit by Netflix - will have to explore the world outside of the fictional American small-town. After a disastrous second season, we return to Hawkins for the summer of 1985 and catch up with all the members of the gang. "The season's release on the long holiday weekend proved fruitful, as viewers were able to leverage their time off from work and dive back into the newest episodes of the cultural phenomenon".

Now analyst firm Cowen & releasing more data about the show based on its survey of 2,500 USA consumers conducted from June 26-July 3.

Nielsen launched it's Subscription Video on Demand Content Ratings in 2017 in order to better measure subscription-based streaming content.

The streaming platform announced the news via Twitter revealing how the Emmy-award victor is "breaking Netflix records" in just four days of its release. They also say that more than 18 million people have finished watching all eight episodes.

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The ice cream van, which will feature eerie Stranger Things melodic chimes inspired by the soundtrack, features two sides - a 1980s ice-cream parlour in pastel pinks, blues and whites, and a dark side straight out of the Upside Down.

Of course, this is based entirely on Netflix's own numbers, the details of which have never been released for the objective of third-party verification. When the company does offer up data, it's usually to boast about a particular show or movie. According to the service, it's breaking viewership records. One view is counted when someone has seen at least 70% of a film or episode.

Netflix has set up a hilarious Easter egg involving the answering machine of the private investigator Murray Bauman from the third season of Stranger Things.

It would be absurd for there not to be another season considering executive producer Shawn Levy already told Collider in April that it was 'definitely happening'.