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Stranger Things Creator Calls Season 4 The Show’s ‘Game of Thrones Season’

The iron Throne was the biggest TV show of the last decade, and whether you loved or hated the final season, you have to admit that it had some of the best early and mid-season storylines compared to contemporary shows. It’s one of the reasons the show has reached the heights it has reached in its decade, winning a record number of accolades and awards, setting the benchmark for quality shows for years to come. to come. by Netflix stranger things has had an incredible run so far, and the show’s creators are confident that season 4 of the show will be on the level of Game of Thrones.

Talk to Deadline in a recent interview, showrunner Matt Duffer explained what we can expect in the fourth season, “We jokingly call it our Game of Thrones season because it’s so expansive, so I think that’s what’s unique or most unique about the season.”

“The Joyce and Byers family left at the end of Season 3, they’re in California – we always wanted to have an ‘E.T’ style suburban aesthetic, which we finally got to do this year in the desert; and then we have Hopper in Russia; and then, of course, we have a group left in Hawkins. So we have these three storylines, all related and kind of intertwined, but they’re just very different tones.

Stranger Things has had an exciting run so far, but comparing it to Game of Thrones might seem like a bit of a stretch. Also, it remains to be seen which season of Game of Thrones will be season 4 of the Netflix sci-fi series, as we know how controversial the entire series of George RR Martin’s TV adaptation was.

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