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Stranger Things: Is Anything Known About Season 4 Release?

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Will season 4 be the last of Stranger Things? What are the signs of the cast members and crew? So, here we know everything about the upcoming season 4.

Following the conclusion of that emotional season 3, Stranger Things remains one of the hottest anticipated shows on Netflix, with the next new chapter set to reveal the fate of a fan audience’s favorite character.

After somewhat of a split second, Stranger Things season 3 proved a comeback for Fantasy Drama, with super exciting full eight episodes written in a fast-paced manner largely written on thrills and laughter.

But many questions remained unanswered, arguably David Harbor’s biggest hover over Jim Hopper, who initially thought he would be killed unless otherwise suggested.

Fans and audience widely suspect that the “American” is being held in a maximum-security Soviet prison, perhaps transported there as Alaven locked the latest door in the Upside Down for everyone.

At the end of season 3, there was a sense of genuine finality about it as Joyce Byers moved his family away from Hawkins after a lot of spooky experiences.

And finally, the production house is set to resume later this month, being halted in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but there is a something chance, and different Stranger Things’ September resumption might not happen, depending on how the pandemic continues to derive.

When is Stranger Things season 4 released on Netflix?

So, finally some excellent news for everyone! According to The Hollywood news Reporter, Netflix reportedly plans to resume production for Stranger Things season 4 on Thursday 17 September, though the Duffer brothers have later cast doubt on that date.

Filming in Limbo, Georgia will resume after long 3 months after the state’s governor issued health and safety protocols for film, shooting and TV production last few months.

Thankfully, it seems that with the caption posted by the Stranger author’ his social media Twitter account: After “the entire season”, all the scripts for the upcoming season 4 are ready to go.

Although Netflix has not yet officially announced a release date but most likely due to the unpredictable nature of the ongoing Covid19 pandemic, so we can only predict that the earliest we are watching for the upcoming season 4 is July or August 2021.

IMDb page of the fourth season has revealed some exciting details about the show. The date for the release of the first episode has been set to 2021, and the first episode has been titled ‘Chapter sone: The Hellfire Club’, the tag line of the episode says ‘We Are Not In Hawkins Anymore.’ This indeed reveals that the show will be back in 2021 with the storyline moving out of Hawkins this time.

Previously our favorite and freshly wed David Harbour revealed in one of his Instagram QnA sessions that season 4 was supposed to come early, but the pandemic will result in a considerable delay.

In May, the stunt director of Stranger Things revealed that the premiere date of the show would be pushed even further due to the delay in production.

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Game of Thrones stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie expecting their first child

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Jon Snow and Ygritte didn’t make it as a couple on Game of Thrones, but actors Kit Harington and Rose Leslie are becoming parents!

Kit Harington and Rose Leslie met on the set of Game of Thrones, where he was playing the taciturn Night’s Watchmen Jon Snow and she the fierce wildling woman Ygritte. Their love affair ended in tragedy, but Harington and Leslie ended up getting married in 2018, and now, Leslie has revealed that the couple are expecting their first child.

Leslie and Harington haven’t actually formally announced the happy news, but Leslie appeared, baby bump and all, in a photo spread for the upcoming issue of Make magazine, which gets the message across:

Speaking to Make, Leslie says that she and Harington have recently moved to an “incredibly old” Tudor manor house in East Anglia. “What a glorious thing to be able to run to the countryside and recoup,” she said. “It’s a great privilege to be surrounded by greenery, birdsong and hedgerows, and our delightful neighbours. It’s so peaceful.”

As a father myself, if I could give Harington any fatherly advice, it would be to remember that he really does know nothing. Regardless, we wish the couple good fortune in the wars to come…err, parenting.

Harington and Leslie are not the only Thrones alum becoming parents. Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson (Gregor “the Mountain” Clegane) just welcomed a baby boy with his wife Kelsey Henson:

And Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) just showed off some of her pregnancy pics from before her daughter with husband Joe Jonas was born. Congratulations to everyone!

Next: Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner posts pregnancy pics!

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BET Orders Paula Patton’s Sacrifice to Series, Based on 2019 TV-Movie

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BET has ordered to series Sacrifice, a legal thriller starring Paula Patton (Somewhere Between) and based on a BET+ TV-movie/backdoor pilot that premiered last December.

Set in Los Angeles, Sacrifice follows Daniella Hernandez (played by Patton), a highly sought-after entertainment lawyer, as she navigates the nefarious lives of her rich and famous clients.

As a series, Sacrifice will delve deeper into Daniella’s complicated personal life as “a recovering alcoholic who compensates for her suppressed addiction with men and the adrenaline of defending the worst in the entertainment world against an over-zealous D.A. sworn to bring them all to justice.

“Daniella’s unimpeachable clients need her help, wisdom and resourcefulness – as do all the corrupt ones,” the official synopsis continues. “She is the classic conundrum of doing good for bad reasons and doing bad for good reasons. Maybe it’s luck, maybe it’s skill, maybe it’s because she’s beautiful, but Daniella gets away with it… so far.”

“I am excited to reprise the role of Daniella Hernandez, her strength and ability to overcome incredible challenges is inspiring, and I am grateful for the opportunity to continue working with BET,” Patton said in a statement. “It is a wonderful experience to work with our cast and crew to create characters and stories that entertain and move people.”

Other returning cast members include Marques Houston (Sister, Sister), James Trevena Brown (The Shannara Chronicles), Veronika Bozeman (Empire), Altonio Jackson (Treme), Liliana Montenegro, Michael Toland (1st and Ten) and Nelson Bonilla (Ozark).

It is not yet clear if Sacrifice will air on BET or stream on BET+.

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The Simpsons: Season 32 Ratings

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When will Homer and his family leave Springfield and the primetime schedule? The longest-running scripted series in American primetime television, The Simpsons TV series has yet to be renewed for a 33rd season on FOX. It’s hard to imagine that this comedy will be cancelled soon but nothing lasts forever. Could it be cancelled this time around or, is it all but guaranteed to be renewed? Stay tuned.

An animated family comedy series, The Simpsons stars the voices of Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria, and Harry Shearer. Now the longest-running American sitcom, the show revolves around working stiff Homer Simpson (Castellaneta), his understanding blue-haired wife Marge (Kavner), delinquent son Bart (Cartwright), intellectual daughter Lisa (Smith), infant daughter Maggie, and their Springfield relations, friends, foes, and neighbors.

The ratings are typically the best indication of a show’s chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.

9/28 update: You can see the latest night’s ratings in context.

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For comparisons: Season 31 of The Simpsons on FOX averaged a 0.94 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 2.58 million viewers in the live+same day ratings.

Note: These are the final national numbers (unless noted with an “*”). These are different from the fast affiliate numbers which are just estimates of the actual ratings. The final nationals are typically released within 24 hours of the programming or, in the case of weekends and holidays, a couple days later.

 

What do you think? Do you like the The Simpsons TV series on FOX? Should it be cancelled or renewed for a 33rd season?

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