“Stranger Things 3” ends with the Byers family and Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) making the game-changing decision to leave Hawkins, Indiana, behind and move to Chicago. A mid-credits scene takes place in Kamchatka, Russia and finds two Russian officers offering up a prisoner to a Demogorgon. These final two scenes in “Stranger Things 3” all but guarantee that when the show returns for “Stranger Things 4” it look and feel considerably different. For critics who complain “Stranger Things” often feels repetitive, the show will have no choice in season four but to change up the game.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, “Stranger Things” showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer say exploring the world beyond Hawkins, Indiana is one reason they’re most looking forward to “Stranger Things 4.” Netflix has yet to announce a fourth season of the show, but it’s all but guaranteed considering “Stranger Things 3” broke viewership records for the