Stranger Things gets re-imagined as a legit '80s-style anime

Noah Schnapp as Will in Stranger Things

Noah Schnapp as Will in Stranger Things

At Big Red Louie, the only thing distracting us from the 2019-20 season is the third season of the critically acclaimed binge-watch worthy Stranger Things on Netflix.

Stranger Things star Noah Schnapp believes his character Will Byers's sexuality is "up to the audience's interpretation". In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if sometime down the line, after the series inevitably comes to a close, that options to develop an animated version of the show are legitimately explored.

Just a week after the premiere of Stranger Things season three, the hit Netflix show is still spurring conversations about which characters are the worst, which ones are still alive, and what might happen in season four. Considering both the emotional and mysterious events of the third season finale, I'd say that the show is sure to venture into new and risky territory.

If the show isn't afraid to dip their toes deeper into the realm of horror, "Stranger Things" could expand upon their target audience from lovers of 80s nostalgia and Dungeons and Dragons to hardcore fans of fantasy, science fiction and horror. "We don't know a lot, but we do know a lot of the big broad strokes". At any rate, that 12.8 million is an increase of 21 percent over the 10.6 million for Stranger Things Season 2, using the same metric.

We've seen everyone break into subgroups in the past seasons, so I wasn't expecting them all to be together the whole time.

Now I promise my rambling connects back to what this article is about.

He added: "We're pretty excited about where it's potentially going to go".

"Again, like we said, it's going to feel very different than this season".

While there's still not much known yet about how the fourth season will be handled, it'll be interesting to see how things stem after the third season.

Keeping audiences in the dark is an appropriate tactic for shows in their infancy; however, after having built a decent enough fanbase, the show should reward viewers with more details for the time they invested to keep them satisfied until the next season drops.

So I don't understand why they would want to expand even with the reaction they got from that episode.

When recently asked by Entertainment Tonight about Hopper returning in "Stranger Things 4", Harbour danced around the answer and replied, "I mean, I have no idea!" Bringing in Russian Federation this season was a great way to tie it into the show since the country's been talked about as a threat since season 1. I mean that, of course, is my hope too.

Netflix occasionally publishes viewing figures for certain shows but the majority of its data is closely guarded.

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