20 TV Shows Set In Perpetual Fall
Now, we’re talking Stranger Things seasons one and two, because season three did summer perfectly. But even when Joyce Byers was buying Christmas tree lights and the town was preparing for Christmas, Hawkins, Indiana always seemed like an autumn type of town. For one thing, it would have snowed way more often if this was really an Indiana winter, and we only see that good Winter snow at the very end of season one. Season two is expressly taking place during the fall, with the kids dressing up as Ghostbusters for Halloween and a mysterious pumpkin patch driving the plot forward. Stranger Things gave us a lot to be thankful for.