The lawsuit, alleging that the premise of the show was stolen, was withdrawn by the plaintiff.
Grab some Eggos because it’s time to go back to Hawkins!
Chief Hopper calls season three “so much of a departure and so much of a risk.”
If Eleven can fit into Hawkins, Indiana, so can this guy.
As a slimy mayor and a morally corrupt journalist, respectively.
And Sean Astin is the key that brings it all together.
Thoughts on the infinite nostalgia cycle as the show’s second season looms.
The best news? Chris Hardwick isn’t hosting.
Be prepared to flip upside-down on October 27th.
We’re thinking it will be a four-season thing and then out,” say the Duffer brothers.
Both volumes of S U R V I V E’s Michael Stein and Kyle Dixon’s score are also being reissued separately.
The Duffer Brothers forecast the future of their Netflix smash.