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Fans who have rushed to watch the final episodes of Stranger Things season four, might not have got the full experience. You can see a teaser for volume two here:
Volume two of season four, which includes a bumper two-hour-and-18-minute long episode landed on Netflix at 8am today (1 July) for UK subscribers and at 12am PT for those across the pond in the US.
However, reportedly creators Matt and Ross Duffer have hinted it might be worthwhile holding off watching it for a few hours.
The Duffer brother apparently told Collider’s editor-in-chief Steven Weintraub that the episodes were only uploaded to Netflix’s server at the eleventh hour, meaning that some VFX shots may not have calibrated immediately.
Posting on Twitter, Weintraud urged his US followers to give it a few hours before watching the latest episodes.
He said: “FYI the #dufferbrothers told me they finished a bunch of VFX shots on #StrangerThings4 episode nine this morning and uploaded them to the @netflix server so if you watch the episode at 2am tonight you might not see the final shots. Better to sleep and wake up and then watch.”
FYI the #dufferbrothers told me they finished a bunch of VFX shots on #StrangerThings4 episode 9 this morning and uploaded them to the @netflix server so if you watch the episode at 2am tonight you might not see the final shots. Better to sleep and wake up and then watch. pic.twitter.com/de2igDhnRJ— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) July 1, 2022
He then followed up on his original post to explain that fans who had tuned in ASAP were unlikely to have missed much, as the episodes were still '99 percent done’.
Weintraub wrote: “I believe they said 20 VFX shots. Should have said that. Which means you can watch episode and probably not notice what wasn’t 10 percent done. I don’t want to make it sound like the episode wasn’t 99 percent done.”
LADbible has contacted Netflix for a comment.
Last week, Ross Duffer warned fans they should be ‘concerned’ about volume two, explaining that it was much darker than previous seasons.
He told Variety: "I don't really want to say, but I would be concerned about the characters going into volume two, for sure.
"I hope that that is sort of the sense, because it is a darker season, and the kids are no longer kids. And there's sort of an ominous feeling that things might not go well. Now, whether they do [die] or not, you'll have to watch."
Meanwhile, Noah Schnapp, who plays Will Byers in the series, teased multiple deaths in a recent interview.
Appearing on The Tonight Show, he said: "You can expect from Volume Two, we've got some deaths coming, some gore, and a big..."
Jimmy Fallon interrupted to say: "Wow, that's a big spoiler. Dude, you just said something that you can't say!"
To which Schnapp quickly fired back: "No but I didn't say who!"
And you’ll be pleased to know you don’t have long to wait, because the entirety of season four is now available to stream on Netflix.
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