Netflix has revealed the fourth teaser for the fourth season of “Stranger Things” on the occasion of the Stranger Things Day fan celebration.
The streamer also confirmed that “Stranger Things” Season 4 will release in Summer 2022, which might not please the fans as Summer 2022 means probably in July 2022.
The teaser shows Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) beginning a new life in California. In the teaser Eleven is writing a letter that narrates, "Dear Mike, today is day 185. I think I have finally adapted. I even like school now. I have made lots of friends. Even so, I am ready for spring break. Mostly because I get to see you. We will have the best spring break ever."
The teaser concludes with a montage of classic "Stranger Things" craziness, including explosions, vehicle chases, a scary doll, a military arrest, and more. As the teaser concludes, Jeremiah Burnham's song "A Place In California" plays in the background.
Below is the new poster revealed for Stranger Things Season 4.
Netflix has also revealed the title of all the episodes of Season 4:
Episode 1: The Hellfire Club
Episode 2: Vecna’s Curse
Episode 3: The Monster and The Superhero
Episode 4: Dear Billy
Episode 5: The Nina Project
Episode 6: The Dive
Episode 7: The Massacre At Hawkins Lab
Episode 8: Papa
Episode 9: The Piggyback
“Stranger Things” also stars Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas, Joe Keery as Steve, Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin, Sadie Sink as Max, Charlie Heaton as Jonathan, Maya Hawke as Robin, Natalie Dyer as Nancy, Winona Ryder as Joyce, and David Harbour as Hopper. Season 4 will also feature Priah Ferguson, Joel Stoffer, Eduardo Franco, Sherman Augustus, Nikola Djuricko, Jamie Campbell Bower, Joseph Quinn, Mason Dye, Robert Englund, Tom Wlaschiha, Amybeth McNulty, Myles Truitt, Regina Ting Chen, and Grace Van Dien.
Season 4, which is reportedly the final season of the series, wrapped up production in September this year. There is already a discussion of a Spin-off series set in the Stranger Things universe with Millie Bobby Brown returning as Eleven to lead.
Stranger Things was created by Matt and Ross Duffer and is produced by Monkey Massacre Productions and 21 Laps Entertainment. The Duffer brothers act as writers, directors, executive producers, and showrunners for the show, with executive producer/director Shawn Levy, executive producer Dan Cohen of 21 Laps, and executive producer Iain Paterson.
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