Featuring a girl having psychokinetic abilities and a town brimming with supernatural occurrences, Stranger Things is my all-time favorite show. With events ranging from invasions of horrific, blood-sucking monsters to the mysterious disappearances of young children, the riveting science-fiction horror series constantly keeps me on the edge of my seat.
Each episode is saturated with clear characterizations, a 1980s-reminiscent pop-culture atmosphere, and vivid graphics that illustrate the gruesome monsters of the parallel world.
In addition to these elements, the series also portrays obstacles faced by middle and high schoolers, touching on topics such as bullying and peer pressure. These topics highlight the importance of friendship and family, encouraging young viewers to build close-knit relationships among their peers.
With a phenomenal television show like this, it is no surprise that I will be ready to dive back into my favorite fictional world filled with spine-tingling mysteries as the next season arrives.