The comedy, which is described as being “rooted in the mythology” of the Netflix programme, was written by “Stranger Things” writer and co-executive producer Kate Trefry. The Duffer Brothers and Jack Thorne were also responsible for creating the original story for the show. Stephen Daldry, winner of the Tony Award for Best Director, and Justin Martin, winner of the Tony Award for Best Co-Director, will helm the production.
A kid goes missing in the rural community of Hawkins, Indiana, which sets off a search that eventually reveals a significant mystery involving secret experiments, otherworldly powers, and an exceptional young girl. The story takes place in the little hamlet of Hawkins, Indiana. The genres of science fiction and horror are brought together in the Netflix original series “Stranger Things.” It follows the boys and Eleven as they seek for the strange girl, while simultaneously concentrating on the attempts of the hamlet to keep the mysteries a secret. The story is told in the first person. In Season 4, the citizens of the town get ready for Halloween as Eleven hunts for a person from her past and a band of violent outsiders.