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What Time Does Stranger Things Season 4 Vol 2 Drop In Australia Today?

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What Time Does Stranger Things Season 4 Vol 2 Drop In Australia Today?

Fans of Netflix’s mega-hit series Stranger Things won’t have to wait much longer as the highly anticipated second volume of Season 4 is set to be released in Australia today (July 1).

The next instalment of the series will finally be available to watch on Netflix at 5:00pm AEST today.

After a long month of speculation, Volume 2 is expected to be a huge finale to what has already been an enthralling season of Stranger Things, which has been praised for its increasingly darker tones.

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While Volume 2 will only consist of two episodes, both of those episodes are longer than the average episode runtime in the first half of Season 4.

The first episode of Volume 2 will have a runtime of 1 hour and 25 minutes, whilst the second episode of Volume 2 will have a whopping runtime of 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Fortunately, both episodes will be released today at 5pm, so diehard fans will be able to binge the four hour long finale tonight if they so dare.

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Volume 2 is expected to have many more twists and turns. Even Netflix has confirmed there will be some big shockers in store for viewers. Cast members have also teased that there may be some big deaths in the finale.

The latest trailer for Volume 2 has also teased many of the big events to come in the season finale, with multiple storylines looking to cross paths as the our friends in Hawkins enter battle with this season's very imposing villain, Vecna.

So make sure you have Kate Bush loaded up on your Walkman, as the anticipated finale to Stranger Things Season 4 is sure to go out with a bang.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV and Film, Stranger Things, Australia

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