Stranger Things’ penultimate fourth season premieres this summer, after a lengthy wait. The season’s first full-length trailer, which will be released in two parts, sets the stage for the heroes of Hawkins to face new and familiar threats.

The plot takes up a few months after the events of Season 3 in 2019. Eleven is powerless, and the Byers family has relocated to California. In Russia, Hopper is being kept hostage. While entering high school, our surviving buddies must pick up the pieces. Naturally, the otherworldly threat and the terrible government intrigue that surrounds it continue to plague the world’s unluckiest tiny town. “A conflict is coming,” Eleven is warned in the trailer. Your Hawkins pals are right in the middle of a hurricane.”

Stranger Things 4 is made up of nine episodes, each of which is twice as lengthy as the previous installments. Because the episodes are so large, they’ll be split into two batches and published five weeks apart. Volume 1 will be released on May 27th, and Volume 2 will be released on July 1st. It’s unclear how many episodes each volume contains, although it’s likely to be a four-to-five split.

Stranger Things was renewed for a fifth and final season by Netflix earlier this year. There is currently no release date for the final season. Read about Stranger Things’ recent crossovers with Far Cry 6 and Magic: The Gathering for more information.

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