In the finale for season 4, a four-phase plan is put in place to defeat Vecna, and while unexpected people join to help, things still go awry.
In this tag, you’ll find all the productions which were available on Netflix’s platform when they originally premiered.
The penultimate episode of the season is all about building up to what is at stake and everyone uniting or preparing for war with Vecna – Except Joyce and Hopper.
“Beauty” is heavily inspired by Whitney Houston’s story but by no means should be considered a “Dreamgirls” take on the legend’s life.
Confronted by the children Reginald didn’t pick, The Umbrella Academy find themselves wondering if they should even fight for their former lives or move on?
While the tone and vibe are a bit corny, it’s easy to get sucked in by the leads’ chemistry and their different perspectives as hunters.
With “Hustle,” Netflix has seemingly made a commitment not only to Adam Sandler’s career as a comedian but also as a notable dramatic actor.
At the end of Part 1 of Season 4, Vecna reveals his backstory as Murray and Joyce hope they’ll be able to save Hopper and not arrive in time to see him die.
Alongside seeing Suzie’s hectic household, we learn why El killed everyone at the facility, and the cops announce Eddie as a suspect in a Hawkins Town Hall.
We catch up with El as the Hawkins gang investigates Victor Creel’s house, Jason closes in on Eddie, and we learn the fate of Hopper, Joyce, and Murray.
Victor Creel is met face to face as Max finds herself face to face with Vecna. Oh, and things get interesting for those in California/Alaska.