“The Massacre at Hawkins Lab” script is now available to read
The Montauk Project, a rumored project carried out by the United States government to subject children to experiments involving mind control and teleportation for the purposes of psychological warfare, served as the inspiration for Matt and Ross Duffer’s wildly successful television series Stranger Things.
The first seven segments of the fourth season, which debuted on May 27, were made available on Netflix this summer. The final two episodes of the season were released on July 1, capping the season and preparing for Stranger Things 5, which will wrap up the entire series.
The newest instalment of Deadline’s It Starts on the Page series, which examines the screenplays that provide the innovative foundations of the buzzy shows that are characterizing TV awards season, is Stranger Things 4’s seventh episode, “The Massacre at Hawkins Lab.” All of the screenplays in the series have been chosen by Deadline using parameters like critical praise, a diverse range of networks and formats, and a mix of well-known and lesser-known shows. This year, all of the writing in our series is being considered for Emmy Awards.
The Plot of Stranger Things
Stranger Things is a Netflix original series that is set in the 1980s and centers on a group of young people from Hawkins, Indiana, who must fight supernatural entities and covert social programmes after learning that their hometown is located above a mythical abyss known as the Upside Down. When three adolescents are murdered and Eddie Munson, the head of Hawkins High’s Dungeons & Dragons club, is named the most dubious, Season 4 collects eight months after the events of the preceding season. Eleven volunteers to team up with Dr. Martin Brenner once more to save her companions after discovering they are in jeopardy.
“The Massacre at Hawkins Lab,” Plot
The Duffers, who directed and wrote “The Massacre at Hawkins Lab,” start with Steve, Nancy, Eddie, and Robin going to the Upside Down as part of the group’s initial attempts to kill Vecna. Meanwhile, Eleven makes a discovery in the laboratory that alters the trajectory of the narrative by revealing details about the beginnings of the Upside Down and her connection to Vecna.
To read the script, simply click below.