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The First Stranger Things 4 Trailer Is Here – Reveals Eleven Moved To California

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As fans of the popular Netflix series Stranger Things celebrate the annual Stranger Things Day today, the streaming service has gifted fans with our first official trailer for the upcoming 4th season of the popular sci-fi series. In the trailer, we hear the voice of Eleven played by Millie Bobby Brown narrating as she writes a letter to Mike revealing that she has moved to California with Joyce and Will and has begun to adjust to normal life. While we are shown scenes of life in California we hear Eleven tell Mike that she is looking forward to spring break because that’s when she will be able to see him again. As she finishes the letter with the line “we will have the best spring break ever”, viewers are treated to a montage of quick cuts that reveal it will be anything but as expected.

Stranger Things season 4 is set in the year 1986 and is expected to include many political and social references including the Cold War.

Fans have been eagerly anticipating the release of the new season which has been having to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent shutdowns which halted filming. The season is expected to be released in summer 2022.

Netflix has also released the below video revealing the titles for each episode of the 4th season.

  1. The Hellfire Club
  2. Vecna’s Curse
  3. The Monster and the Superhero
  4. Dear Billy
  5. The Nina Project
  6. The Dive
  7. The Massacre at Hawkins Lab
  8. PAPA
  9. The Piggyback
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