The master plan comes into focus on this installment’s final episode.
The non-Hawkins material begins to pay off, in season four’s best episode.
A few exciting developments, but more wheel-spinning makes for another frustrating episode.
The show flexes its budget in the best episode of the season so far.
More clues are offered, and the kids investigate, in a character-based episode.
77 minutes and hardly a thing changes from beginning to end
Netflix’s biggest cultural phenomenon returns, bigger and longer than ever.