Stranger Things season 4 villains look likely to be The Russians, but the show should actually put more focus on the shadowy denizens of Hawkins National Laboratory. Stranger things are counted as one of the nostalgic sci-fi horror phenomenon for Netflix since 2016, which was originally created by the Duffer Brothers.
This show has an incredible cast of young people which includes It star Finn Wolfhard and Millie Bobby Brown as the show’s young heroine El.
It has been observed that each new season of Stranger Things has brought new villains into the screen which include human as well as supernatural fan favorites including Demogorgon, monstrous, powerful Mind Flayer, and terrifying body-snatched bully Billy. But it is a great point to make that show has not always focused on the right villains.
Stranger Things season 4: Updates
Also, in season 4 it seems that the primary antagonists are the Russian military scientists, who were brought into screens in season 3. And also, these enemies from Russia have served their purpose and this is the time for their retirement.
The glimpse of the new season confirmed the audience rumor that Detective Hopper’s self-sacrifice was fake and David Harbour’s anti-hero is living somewhere in a snowy place. His prison is in the wilds of Siberia where faceless Soviets will be a much threat to Hopper. The first two seasons of the show made the viewers wonder whether politicians, papers, and even police forces were I on the Hawkins Lab plot.
Speaking of El, her emotional connections, bringing back Hawkins Lab can allow the show to its other famous experiments back, Kali’s lone appearance in the show’s 2nd season was not one of its most critically acclaimed hours, with many audiences hating that character due to episode’s awkward inability to ground her and group of misfit friends in the show’s established reality. But the reason that Kali’s character wasn’t properly explored is that her episode took place in another setting, with El transported to Chicago briefly.
Kali never got a chance to make a good impression, so the possibility of Hawking Lab not just returning but reinstated as season four’s primary villains will give her and Hawkins Lab’s test subjects ample reason to arrive in Hawkins and bring these story threads together.
And also, clarify the backstory of the character, and even give her a chance to stick it to her former tormentors. Keeping in mind that Kali wanted Brenner dead above everything, and showrunners have confirmed that Demogorgon has still not seen to that.