Popular streaming site Netflix has released a new trailer for the fourth season of its horror-fiction series Stranger Things.
The new teaser of the much-anticipated season begins with a voiceover of Eleven writing a letter to Mike, looking forward to spring break when she gets to see him again. She describes how much she likes school and has made lots of friends.
Netflix shared the clip on its official Twitter handle – titled “Welcome to California” – alongside the caption: “We will have the best spring break, ever.”
Moreover, the streaming platform also revealed the episodes titles for the upcoming nine-episode run: The Hellfire Club, Vecna’s Curse, The Monster and the Superhero, Dear Billy, The Tina Project, The Dive, The Massacre at Hawkins Lab, Papa, The Piggyback.
The first season of Stranger Things aired on Netflix in 2016, followed by the second season in 2017 and the third season in 2019.
Last season ended at an incredible point with the possible death of local sheriff Jim Hopper. However, a trailer released in August last year revealed that Jim Hopper was alive.
Stranger Things 4 was scheduled to premiere on Netflix in 2021, but due to COVID-19, the filming has been delayed. The season is now set to return in 2022.