Stranger Things has been doing, er, strange things to people. It8217;s made people unsubscribe from Netflix. It8217;s made people resubscribe to Netflix. It8217;s made me write about other shows to watch after it finishes. Because finish it will: with Stranger Things S48217;s final two episodes airing from 1 July, before season 5 airs in 2023.
But here8217;s a fun twist: you can watch the final season 4 episodes of Stranger Things with everyone8217;s favourite actor, David Harbour, AKA Jim Hopper in the show, in a live stream party that also includes Brett Gelman (Murray Bauman), Joe Quinn (Eddie Munson) and Jamie Campbell Bower (Vecna). Here8217;s how:
So how do you join this watch party? First you8217;ll need a Netflix subscription, of course. Second you8217;ll need to head over to Scener in a browser and download and install the Chrome extension (and ensure permissions are granted).
When exactly is this happening? Very soon: if you8217;re on the west coast USA then it8217;s at 23:15 PT on 30 June; if you8217;re east coast then it commences at a less-than-friendly 02:15 ET on 1 July; if you8217;re in the UK then you8217;ll need the morning off work, as it starts at 07:15 on 1 July. Clear those bleary eyes everyone!
8220;A live Q&A with the cast will be followed by the virtual screenings of Episodes 408 and 409 in a custom-curated theatre built to host thousands of guests,8221; reads Scener8217;s promotion. That Q&A sessions is 15 minutes after the 8216;doors open8217; (times above) for 30 minutes before the show8217;s midnight (PT) kick-off time.