New ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Teaser Hints at One Bad Spring Break; Episode Titles Unveiled

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“We will have the best Spring Break, ever.” Sorry, Eleven. You’re in for some disappointment. 

Netflix has unveiled a new teaser for Stranger Things season 4, unveiling some exciting new footage for the long-awaited next chapter of the sci-fi horror series. Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) voice-overs the teaser, as she writes to Mike (Finn Wolfhard) following their parting – at least for momentarily – at the end of season 3.

“I think I have finally adapted,” Eleven tells him, even though it’s clear that she’s having a bit of a hard time with school bullying. Those kids better be real careful; they don’t want a Carrie situation. A few snippets of some of the other characters, such as Joyce (Winona Ryder) and Will (Noah Schnapp), and quick flashes of everything hitting the fan as the show heads to California.

We’re ever-so-slowly getting a better picture of what we’re in for with s4, which will also bring back Jim Hopper (David Harbour), who ended up in a Russian prison. For further tease of what lies ahead, check out the titles for all nine episodes: “The Hellfire Club”, “Vecna’s Curse”, “The Monster and the Superhero”, “Dear Billy”, “The Nina Project”, “The Dive”, “The Massacre at Hawkins Lab”, “Papa” and “The Piggyback”.

Season 3 was released way back in July 2019, so fans have certainly had to be patient. While there’s still no release date for Stranger Things s4, Netflix has confirmed it will arrive sometime during the USA’s summer season. Can’t wait.

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