Season 4 of Stranger Things has released its first official trailer. It was finally released on Tuesday, and it depicts where all of the characters have gone after the previous season ended, as well as the new enormous monster they’ll fight in their upcoming journey.
Season 4 of Stranger Things will premiere on Netflix on May 27.The teaser appears to be mostly focused on establishing this season’s new blue monster, who appears to be bringing battle to Hawkins and possibly the rest of the Earth.
Meanwhile, Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is the only one who can stop him, but only if she can discover out how to reclaim her powers. The clip also reveals that this season will have a more classic horror-movie feel to it, replete with a frightening haunted mansion for the youngsters to explore.
Season 4 of Stranger Things brings back almost everyone from the series, including David Harbour’s Jim Hopper, Winona Ryder’s Joyce Byers, Maya Hawke’s Robin, Joe Keery’s Steve, and Finn Wolfhard’s Mike Wheeler.
Stranger Things season 3 brings the Upside Down to Hawkins once again, in case you don’t remember what happened last time (because the show hasn’t been on since 2019).
The plot revolved around the city’s Starcourt Mall, which served as the perfect cover for a clandestine Russian military base dedicated to paranormal research.
Hopper appeared to sacrifice himself to rescue the world at the end of the season, but he ended himself in a Russian prison camp instead. Meanwhile, Max’s (Sadie Sink) brother Billy (Dacre Montgomery) is possessed by an Upside Down creature who attempted to eat the majority of Hawkins’ people before being vanquished by the gang.
Following the events of the previous season, the Byers family, together with Eleven, relocate to a new town, isolating the core cast of the series and allowing the current season to jump between other locations to tell the story.