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Should Netflix be worried about Stranger Things spoilers?

As the Stranger Things Season 4 release date approaches, it’s clear there will be spoilers. Here’s how Netflix (and fans) are dealing with the problem.

The way viewers share content has changed drastically. Thanks to the rise of social media, blogs, and YouTube channels, it has become almost impossible to contain spoilers and leaks on almost every popular film and television project. Spoilers have become part of the media biz, and many fans eagerly jump on spoiler articles or columns that offer clues as to what’s next in their favorite show. Every studio and production company has to decide what they’re willing to do to avoid being spoiled.


The response varies across the entertainment industry and even among viewers. Kim Kardashian received incredible backlash from fans after sharing early Spider-Man spoilers. At other times, however, no one seems to care. Matt Reeves The Batman did his best to prove the spoiler’s age is dead. So is there a way to address the inevitability of spoilers? The upcoming release of Netflix stranger things Season 4 Part 1 is a great test case.

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After years of COVID-related delays stranger things Season 4 is finally due out on May 27, 2022. Fans are more excited than a Demogorgon devouring a Hawkins Lab scientist, especially as answers to some of the series’ biggest mysteries have been promised. However, it almost goes without saying that some of these fans, in their enthusiasm to have the latest Hot Take and/or grow their social media following, will end up sharing their thoughts before it’s kosher to do so.


Some companies like Marvel Studios have tried to rein in loose actors, even asking fans to keep their thoughts to themselves. These are valiant attempts to ensure all viewers can have their own unadulterated viewing experience, and examples of what studios can try to mitigate spoilers ahead of release. However, there’s no real way to stop people from fully discussing content once it’s published. Once stranger things Season 4 Part 1 will be available to stream, viewers can discuss where and how much they want.

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Fans and media sites should hold back and not spoil everything. Headlines and prominent images should remain spoiler-free for at least the first week after publication. But the bottom line is that everyone wants to talk about their favorite shows, and websites want to have the biggest, newest, and greatest headlines that grab their audience’s attention. So while studios and networks can ask people to stay away from spoilers, stranger things Fans who don’t want to be spoiled must also take the initiative to avoid places and articles where spoilers might be until they’ve seen the episodes.


Spoilers have become a natural part of the entertainment world, and everyone has their own ideas about what constitutes a spoiler and how many spoilers they want to be exposed to. With a series as popular as stranger things, there will be more spoilers. Netflix can direct the media on what not to reveal and even publicly ask viewers not to ruin the experience for their fellow fans, but they can’t contain everyone. Fans and studios will have to live with spoilers – but they can still find ways to avoid them if they want to enjoy Season 4 Part 1 for themselves.


The first three seasons of Stranger Things are available to stream on Netflix, while season 4 is out on May 27th.


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The eleven fights of Stranger Things without their powers in the season 4 clip

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