Stranger Things Logo
Stranger Things is an American show released on Netflix since 2016. Since then, it’s been one of the warmest-received releases on this network, in addition to being one of the most successful shows of the latter 2010s. The show can be, for the most part, characterized as a mix between horror and science fiction.
“Who owns Stranger Things? The show is a Netflix exclusive. The Duffer brothers are only writers.
The show was released in 2016 and then extended for several seasons (the 5th one comes out in 2022). The premise of the show revolves around a common idea of a small mysterious town with many hidden paranormal horrors. The plot is centered chiefly on a number of local kids thrust into dramatic situations.
2016 – 2017
For the first season (and as a logo for the show in general) they used the name of the show written in two lines of bulky serif letters. They are all uppercase, although the first and the last letter of ‘STRANGER’ are made slightly bigger. They are highlighted below by a straight line each, and the word as a whole also has one, but longer, above it.
The usual colors are red, although the emblem is sometimes filled with white and only uses red as thin outline.
2017 – 2019
For the 2nd season, they blurred the letters and them into a sort of hazy mess. In addition to that, there’s also a large digit ‘2’, written in red and mostly the same style as the letters, behind the name inscription.
2019 – 2021
The 3rd season logo had the same idea: the digit ‘3’ behind the chief part of the emblem. This time, however, they added a touch of black to both elements. The letters were usually donned in black and just outlined in red, while the number has a notable dark shade along its outer edge.
2021 – today
For the 4th season, they decided to make the inscription part transparent. It meant bleached tones, chiefly. But you also can’t tell whether the season market is now behind or in front of the letters.