Chrissy’s Stranger Things Reviews For 2022: All You Need To Know

Have you heard? Netflix has officially announced that they will release season three of Stranger Things in 2022! This means we still have a while to wait until we get answers to all the questions left after season two, but luckily, Chrissy has plenty of predictions about what to expect in the next installment of this series. Read on to learn more about her ideas, and then let us know your own in the comments section below!

Introduction

This is Chrissy, and this blog is my review of the show Stranger Things from the year 2022. I know, it sounds crazy, but I’m here to tell you that it all makes sense. Let me start by telling you a little about myself. I’m a 20-year-old college student with plenty of time on my hands and an interest in horror movies and the show Stranger Things. Some people might say that someone like me couldn’t possibly have any idea what’s going on at this point in time (I don’t even have cable!), but I assure you that there are ways around these things. If you’re curious about what kind of things I do, keep reading!

What We Liked

Stranger Things 2.0 is the sequel to the original, and it goes without saying that it had high expectations. Unfortunately, there were some things about this season that we didn’t enjoy. First of all, Eleven does not have much of a presence in this second installment, which was disappointing since she is one of our favorite characters from the original. One thing that really bothered me was that Hopper and Joyce seemed pretty careless with Eleven in this season- I mean, they left her alone in their house for days on end. I also think that Jonathan should have been more assertive when dealing with Nancy – he let her go too easily! Overall though we enjoyed Stranger Things 2.0 but not as much as the first season!

What We Didn’t Like

Stranger Things is one of the most popular TV shows of the decade and a lot has changed since season 1. There were some things we didn’t like about season 2, and others that we loved. Here are a few things we loved about Season 2.
1) The characters have grown so much from when they were younger in Season 1. They’re more independent, confident, and determined than ever before.
2) We enjoyed seeing more of Steve Harrington (even though he was backstabbing Nancy). It made his character seem more complex and interesting.
3) The new episodes had some really great surprises that caught us off guard!
4) We love how suspenseful this show can be!

third season of Chrissy Stranger Things

It is the year 2022 and I am still not married. I still have a lot of my friends in this town, but some of them are starting to get married and have kids. I don’t know what it is about me, but it seems like the men in this town just do not want anything to do with me. It is really hard because I am such a beautiful girl who loves to laugh and have fun and make people happy. But most guys just seem put off by me or they’re scared of me because they think that I’m too much woman for them or something ridiculous like that.

In the show, who plays Chrissy?

In the show, Chrissy is played by Sadie Sink. Chrissy is the best friend of Nancy Wheeler (played by Natalia Dyer). She’s a tomboy and likes wearing hoodies. She also has an older sister, Doreen (played by Priah Ferguson). In season one, she becomes friends with Eleven (played by Millie Bobby Brown) and tells her that Mike Wheeler (played by Finn Wolfhard) has a crush on her. However, in season two, she starts dating Steve Harrington (played by Joe Keery), which makes Mike feel jealous.

In the fourth season of Stranger Things, what happened to Chrissy?

In the fourth season of Stranger Things, Chrissy was in a coma because she was hit by a car. The crash left her with extensive brain damage, which made it impossible for her to walk or talk. Her family took care of her and spent as much time as they could with her. She eventually woke up from the coma and is doing great! She can’t remember much about the accident, but she remembers how hard her parents worked to take care of her.

Chrissy Stranger Things’ Involvement in the Show

In my review of Stranger Things Season 2, I mentioned how much I love Chrissy and felt like she was one of the few characters that showed true growth. Well, the showrunners agreed with me and she’s back in full swing in season 3!
When we first see her in episode 1, it’s like she never left. She still has a great relationship with Dustin, is crushing on D’artagnan (whose name she pronounces perfectly), and is just as spunky as ever. Of course, her life changes pretty quickly when she gets attacked by a Demogorgon at the end of the episode. But even then, Chrissy still manages to stay strong and a little sassy while being interrogated by Hopper. The next time we see her, she’s been taken care of by Will’s dad Bob who appears to have really stepped up his parenting game after Joyce died. Bob takes her home and takes good care of her but soon finds out that there are more than just physical injuries he needs to worry about.
I don’t want to give too much away but let me just say that the last ten minutes or so were definitely worth waiting for because this is where all the action happens! The showrunners were very clever in how they planned this part because they knew everyone would be waiting anxiously for this moment.

The Bottom Line

In 2020, Netflix released the fourth season of its hit show, Stranger Things. I’m Chrissy, and I watched all of it. Here are my thoughts on what happened in Season 4! Spoiler Alert: This post contains spoilers from the entire season!

  1. Will is back from the Upside Down but doesn’t remember anything about the events leading up to his disappearance in Season 1. Poor Will – he remembers absolutely nothing about Eleven or Hopper or Joyce or Dustin or Max or any of them! He finally meets El and hugs her tight, but then she disappears right before his eyes.

Conclusion

I hope this has helped you in your decision-making process. I will leave you with my final thoughts about the show. If you are a fan of Stranger Things, then this is not a show you want to miss out on. The plot can be slow at times and the child actors’ performances can be inconsistent, but if all of these things don’t bother you then I recommend watching it.