Netflix has still not announced the release date of Stranger Things season 4, but it has released a new teaser trailer on Thursday morning. The writer’s Twitter account 1st teased the video on Wednesday, which included some very cryptic messages about further information.
The trailer welcomes the audience to the Rainbow Room, so to speak, with Eleven, ten other gifted children who grew up whom the audience meets. It has been nearly a gap of two years since Season 3 was released on Netflix. Duffer Brothers are still shooting Season 4, so the audience will have to wait patiently to announce the release date. Production on season 4 has been on halt for some time due to Covid, and the actors have had to continue moving to and from the set when they’re needed.
Ross Duffer and Matt Duffer return as showrunners and executive producers. This also brings back Brown and her co-stars Gaten Matarazzo, Noah Schnapp, Natalia Dyer, Joe Keery, Maya Hawke, Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin, Winona Ryder, Sadie Sink, Charlie Heaton, Priah Ferguson.
David Harbour will again be seen in his beloved role as Hopper, whom the audience thought to be dead at the end of season 3. Not many details are available regarding the plot of season 4. Newcomers Jamie Campbell Bower and Robert Englund can be seen in this season. Duffer brothers previously said that the show would be moving outside of Hawkins, Indiana, for a significant period. The show’s writers and Duffers used the pandemic to complete all the Season 4 scripts so that when production resumed, they could focus only on the making of the show.
Stranger Things is very popular on Netflix. Within its first four days release, 40.7 million households watched Season 3. Over its first four weeks, 64 million households watched. It is an American science-fiction horror TV series created by Duffer Brothers. The series premiered on Netflix on July 15, 2016. In the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, this series is set in the 1980s.