Stranger Things Season 4 hasn’t even premiered yet, but it’s already made a big mistake. Screen Rant explained why.
The fourth season of Netflix’s Stranger Things has been revealed to take place during spring break in the United States. At first it seems like a minor detail, but it represents a big missed opportunity.
It would have been even more interesting for Stranger Things if Season 4 took place around Christmas time. Also to meet the characters.
The characters Will and Eleven actually have reasons to visit Hawkins over the school holidays. But the same can no longer be said of the bachelor Jonathan.
a great missed opportunity
Of course, the writers would still have thought about how to integrate Jonathan into the Stranger Things Season 4 narrative.
But it seems they have ruined the best excuse to bring the character back to the small town.
Plus, it could be a sign that Jonathan will be missed once again in a new episode of Stranger Things.
The character is one of the most underrated in the Netflix series, with fans thinking it’s time for him to make a significant development.
It’s also worth noting that this is a missed opportunity to reference the great Christmas classics of the ’80s. However, there is a possibility that they are saving the Christmas season for another season.
Stranger Things is available on Netflix.