Stranger Things Rumored To Return For Halloween Horror Nights HHN at Universal Orlando


A couple of years ago ‘Stranger Things’ launched as a featured house at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights event. In fact the show was featured for two years, first in 2018 (based on season 1) and then again in 2019 (based on seasons 2 and 3.) So it would stand to reason that with a season 4 releasing this year, Volume one on May 27th and Volume 2 on July 1, HHN would showcase it again this year.

There was a new trailer for the 4th season released just a couple of days ago, and it’s almost to 9 million views.

It seems those keeping track of the HHN rumors at Halloween Horror Nightmares on Twitter are thinking that we might see ‘Stranger Things’ return to the event this year as well.

They just posted this today, featuring their current guesses about the upcoming event.


Of course it’s important to note that this is all rumor and speculation as nothing concrete has been announced yet. I do think Stranger Things is a solid guess though, given the immense popularity of the franchise and the past houses.

Other speculated houses include: Dead Man’s Warf, Bug House, The Mummy Vs The Wolf Man, El Chupacabra, The Horrors of Blum House, Underground Creatures, The Wicked Growth 2, Halloween, and The Weeknd.

Many are very excited about the inclusion of Wicked Growth 2 on the list.

So for now take it all with a grain of salt. Hopefully we will get more solid confirmations in the coming months. Halloween Horror Nights will be kicking off in less than five months, running from September 2 – October 31, 2022. Tickets are on sale now!

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Sources: Halloween Horror Nightmares on Twitter and a friend.

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