Still here? Bitchin, let's get into it. It's about, well, it's probably best if we speak in person. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, creators Matt and Ross Duffer teased what might lay ahead.
The stars of "Stranger Things" received a pay bump for the latest season, and some are making more in one episode than the average American does in a year.
"As far as we know, the actual "true" value of the constant has stayed the same throughout the entire history of the universe", Stein said. And then in a post-credits scene set in the far east Soviet city of Kamchatka, we were told that the Russians have a captive Demogorgon and someone they refer to as "the American". We have the big broad strokes.
Elaborating in fairly vague terms, Matt said: "I think the biggest thing that's going to happen is it's going to open up a little bit, not necessarily in terms of scale, in terms of special effects, but open up in terms of allowing plot lines into areas outside of Hawkins".
Stranger Things season 3 continues to be the internet-breaker it's always been, but recently, the beloved series has become a cause célèbre for a different reason: the new season included a notable error that slipped right past most viewers' eyes.
In total, the main stars made between $1.2 million and $2.8 million for a season of "Stranger Things".
He added: "We're pretty excited about where it's potentially going to go".
Who does Ross think he's kidding talking a "potential" season 4? (I watched some episodes on TV, and others on my tablet.) That's part of why Netflix disputes third party measurements like this from Nielsen, saying they don't take into account other devices or showcase the streamer's worldwide reach. This is Netflix's biggest show.
One piece of evidence is that the Russian base is in Kamchatka. And then Brenner has been chilling in Siberia ever since?
"Stranger Things 3" is now streaming on Netflix.