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Stranger Things came about as it sounded similar to another King novel, Needful Thingsthough Matt noted they still had a "lot of heated arguments" over this final title.
The Duffer Brothers initially intended for Stranger Things to either be a standalone miniseries  or an anthology series. Regarding the decision to wait more than a month after the first season was released to announce the renewal, Matt Duffer said, "it actually ended up working because it had built up to this fever pitch. I guess that's what [Netflix] were intending to do all the time.
They knew they would not have the same element of audience surprise as when the series aired anew, and were aware fans wanted to see certain elements, but Ross said " Because I don't think they really know what they want.
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This approach had some trepidation from Netflix, since the company felt movie sequels typically have a bad reputation, but the Duffer Brothers pointed out that there had been many successful sequels that surpassed the original film, and felt confident with this name.
Beyond that, it becomes I think very unlikely. So I don't know what to do. Levy also confirmed that a fourth season was "definitely happening" and that there was potential for a fifth season.
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As they focused on the missing child aspect of the story, they wanted to introduce the idea of "childlike sensibilities" they could offer, and toyed around with the idea of a monster that could consume humans. The brothers thought the combination of these things "was the best thing ever". To introduce this monster into the narrative, they considered "bizarre experiments we had read about taking place in the Cold War" such as Project MKUltrawhich gave a way to ground the monster's existence in science rather than something spiritual.
This also helped them to decide on using as the time period, as it was a year before the film Red Dawn came out, which focused on Cold War paranoia. They had been concerned that a episode season on broadcast television would be difficult to "tell a cinematic story" with that many episodes. Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop: Peter is actually "Walternate's" son from the alternate universe, abducted by Walter shortly after his own Peter's death at a young age. John Noble as Dr. Noble also portrays the Walter's alternate, dubbed "Walternate" by the characters in the prime universe.
Walternate rose to power as the U. Secretary of Defense and instituted the war against the prime universe after the abduction of his son Peter. Lance Reddick as Phillip Broyles seasons 1—4; recurring season 5: Reddick also portrays Broyles' alternate known as Colonel Broyleswho finds sympathy for Olivia and sacrifices himself during the third season to allow her to escape the parallel universe.
In the fourth season, in the alternate timeline, Colonel Broyles remains alive. Jasika Nicole as Astrid Farnsworth: Nicole also plays Astrid's counterpart in the alternate universe, who has symptoms similar to Asperger syndrome as tribute to Nicole's sister who has the disorder.
She also plays her doppelganger in the parallel universe within the alternate timeline of season 4 as an agent for David Robert Jones' plans. Kirk Acevedo as Charlie Francis season 1—2; recurring season 3: An FBI senior agent, Olivia's colleague and close friend, and the second-in-command of Fringe Division before his demise. Though Charlie is killed early in the second season, Acevedo reprises the role of Charlie in the alternate universe.
Mark Valley as John Scott season 1: Seth Gabel as Lincoln Lee guest star seasons 2 and 5; recurring season 3; starring season 4: The prime universe version of Lincoln, also played by Gabel, was introduced in the episode " Stowaway " as a special agent stationed at the FBI building in Hartford, Connecticutlater joining Fringe division within season 4.
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Seth Gabela guest star during seasons 2 and 3, joined Fringe as a series regular in season 4 as agent Lincoln Lee. He reappears in season 5. Michael Cerveris plays September, one of the bald-headed Observers, and appears several times throughout the series. Leonard Nimoy portrays William Bell, Walter's associate, both as a live action character in seasons 1, 2, and 4, and voicing an animated Bell in season 3.
An Observer appears in one form or another, usually in an Alfred Hitchcock-like cameoin each episode.
Ari Graynor as Rachel Dunham seasons 1—2: Lily Pilblad as Ella Blake seasons 1—3: Olivia's niece, the daughter of Rachel. Emily Meade portrays the future Ella.
Leonard Nimoy as Dr. William Bell seasons 1—4: Walter's former lab partner, the founder of Massive Dynamic, apparently killed in the season 2 finale.
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Nimoy, who had retired from acting after season 2, agreed to provide the voice of Bell, allowing for the character's reappearance via an animated character in season 3.
He reappears in season 4 after the timeline is altered. Michael Gaston as Sanford Harris season 1: