Netflix’s Stranger Things renewed for 4th season

Netflix has promised to curb depictions of smoking in new programs following a report that pointed a finger at its hit series "Stranger Things," whose first two seasons featured tobacco in every episode.

LOS GATOS, Calif. — Netflix’s Stranger Things was renewed for a fourth season.

Netflix officials made the announcement Monday, Sept. 30 in a press release and on Twitter.

A video was posted saying, “We’re not in Hawkins anymore.”

The 1980s sci-fi horror series is one of the streaming service’s most-watched shows. It moved a group of kids from Hawkins, Indiana into the mysterious Upside Down and back again.

Season 3 started streaming in July.

The shows Fourth of July worldwide release charted the biggest viewership numbers for Netflix ever.

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