The exceptionally expected and crazy looking fourth period of Netflix’s well known science fiction series Stranger Things will at long last be with us this year. It’s been bound to happen, as many have been anxious to get back to Hawkins, Indiana. While the give is showing no indications of dialing back, you need to contemplate whether Netflix has any side project thoughts as a top priority. It’s difficult to say, yet series star Gaten Matarazzo has shared contemplations on a potential Dustin and Steve series yet accepts it could deal with one condition.

Whenever Stranger Things initially began, Steve Harrington, depicted by Joe Keery, was your average muscle head and was really unlikable. Nonetheless, the person has since developed into a fan most loved who spends time with the center gathering of children. He’s had a few incredible minutes and has turned into an extraordinary “father” and sitter. Also obviously, his kinship with Dustin Henderson is awesome. On that note, Gaten Matarazzo let ET know that a Dustin and Steve side project could work inside a specific configuration, and presently I really want it:

I think a Dustin/Steve spinoff would be good if it were in like a weird niche format, like they didn’t do a full show of it, like a WandaVision-type thing or a web series-type thing where on YouTube, there’s like weekly episodes of little hijinks they get into. Every now and again, like a skit show, that would be great. I don’t know if a Dustin and Steve full spinoff is sustainable. What are they going to do for a whole season, just them?

Steve and Dustin’s friendship was definitely a big part of Seasons 2 and 3, and and it added another sweet layer to the series. Given the bond that the two friends have, I can see them getting into plenty of hijinks on a web series. What’s so great about their bond is that they’re not afraid to geek out in public, and it warms my heart. While a full-fledged show may be a bit of a reach, perhaps it can be a standalone episode somewhere within a future season. Such a thing would be great to see in the long-delayed Season 4.

Speaking of Stranger Things 4, it’s currently set to come out this summer, a full three years after the previous season. This one will take place during spring break, but knowing this show, it’s going to be more than just fun in the sun. There will be new characters added to the mix, alongside some returning faces like David Harbour’s Hopper, who seemingly sacrificed himself in Season 3. Not much else is known but, hopefully, more information, including an official release date, is announced soon.

As we wait for those new episodes, fingers crossed that a Dustin and Steve project can also become a reality at some point. I personally wouldn’t mind it if Netflix made a YouTube channel for the duo. But until such a thing happens, check out CinemaBlend’s handy guide to everything you need to know about Season 4 of Stranger Things!

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