No, Stranger Things season 4 episode titles were not revealed

STRANGER THINGS - Credit: Netflix
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New Stranger Things season 4 episode titles were a joke

You might have seen a few reports claiming the second and third episode titles from Stranger Things season 4 were revealed on social media. Those are not the actual episode titles.

The episode titles for the second and third episode of Stranger Things have not been revealed. The two episodes titles floating around online, “Chapter Two: Tick ToK Mr. Clock” and “Chapter Three: You Snooze, You Lose,” are not real.

The titles were tweeted by the Stranger Things Writers Twitter account as a joke (Thanks, Megan Gilbert!), but because everything gets lost online, the episode titles were picked up as real news and posted and re-posted thousands of times by now, probably.

As it stands, we only know the title of the first episode of Stranger Things season 4, “Chapter One: The Hellfire Club.”

We shared the episode titles shared as a joke below.

Honestly, this is hilarious because fans are so desperate for Stranger Things season 4 news. Literally, we’ll run with fake episode titles, even when we know they are fake, just because we want to talk about something, anything, related to the show.

Stranger Things season 4 has officially resumed production in Atlanta. That happened at the end of September, so as long as things are going smoothly, they should be a few weeks into filming season 4.

Obviously, everybody and their Demogorgon wants to know the Stranger Things season 4 release date on Netflix. Unfortunately, I don’t think anyone actually knows when Stranger Things season 4 is coming to Netflix outside of a select few people at Netflix and associated with the show, and even that date is probably tentative at this point. There’s still so much that could change because of the spread of COVID-19.

At the time of publishing, we’re expecting to see Stranger Things season 4 in the fall of 2021. There’s really no rush for Netflix to try to push the release date up earlier than that. I think almost all fans want the creative team and crew to take their time and make the season as good as it possibly can be.

As things start to pick up, I’m sure Netflix will release more information about Stranger Things season 4 in the near future. We’ll likely see a video with all the episode titles closer to the season 4 premiere.

We’ll probably get another look at Stranger Things season 4 soon, though. Stranger Things Day is coming up on Nov. 6, 2020.

Stay tuned for more information about Stranger Things season 4.

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