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(*4*)Fans of Stranger Things, rejoice! Netflix has announced a star-studded online viewing party for the season 4 finale of the hit sci-fi show, and everyone is invited.

(*4*)In partnership with live streaming service Scener, the streaming platform is hosting a virtual screening for the world premiere of Stranger Things Season 2 Volume 4 on Friday, July 1, starring David Harbor (Hopper), Brett Gelman (Murray), Joe Quinn (Eddie) and Jamie Campbell Bower (Peter) in attendance as featured guests.

(*4*)Beginning shortly before the worldwide release of the final two episodes of season four, Netflix subscribers around the world will have the opportunity to join these cast members for a live Q&A before that the event becomes a virtual projection in real time.

(*4*)Harbor, Gelman, Quinn and Campbell Bower will be locked in a custom theater with thousands of real fans for the event, while online attendees can connect via live chat and stream the two new episodes via of synchronized playback. .

(*4*)The Watching Party is free to Netflix subscribers worldwide - just go to (opens in a new tab) to join. You will need to download the Scener Chrome extension, create a free Scener account, and visit the brand page at the time of the event (June 30 at 11:15 pm PT / July 1 at 2:15 am ET / 1 July at 7:15am BST) to access. Guests in the United States will also be able to use the Scener mobile app to automatically sync up their TVs to watch the proceedings on the big screen.

(*4*)We were very impressed with Volume 1 of the long-awaited fourth season of Stranger Things, which we described, in our review, as "an absorbing, action-packed, horror-filled entry" in the series. However, the show's cliffhanger ending left us with 11 questions we hope Volume 2 will answer, and we're excited to see how the Duffer Brothers showrunners intend to address those issues.

(*4*)Check out the full trailer for Season 2 Volume 4 below:

(*4*) Future episodes of Stranger Things will not be the last of the series, yes. We know for a fact that a fifth and final season is currently in development, which will end the story of the Hawkins gang, officially, anyway.

(*4*)Rumors have suggested that the Stranger Things universe may continue in future feature films and spin-off shows, though no upcoming projects have been confirmed yet.

(*4*)As mentioned, the show's return is only a few days away, but if you're desperate for an entertainment fix to see you through until then, our pick of the best Netflix shows is packed with worthy recommendations. of frenzy to enjoy.

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