Stranger Things Season 4 Premieres First Teaser Trailer And Reveals The Most Anticipated Return Of The New Season

Netflix took advantage of Valentine’s Day to show the first video of the highly anticipated season of its most popular series.

If you have seen the third season of Stranger Things, you know that at the end of it the protagonists suffer a significant loss. This loss, it seems, will not last long as shown in advance of the fourth season, which arrived this Friday through the social networks of the streaming service.

The video was published on the official Netflix channels with a short text: “From Russia with love” and shows a group of people in what appears to be a forced labor zone of the Gulag, a Soviet prison system where forced labor in the cold were everyday bread.

Among the multiple prisoners that appear in this Stranger Things preview, one stands out: Jim Hopper (David Harbor) who had been presumed dead at the end of season 3, when he faced Russian agents infiltrated in Hawkins, Indiana.

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At the moment there is no date for the premiere of Stranger Things season 4, but if we consider that the previous two seasons were released on critical dates (near Halloween and US Independence Day, respectively); These new episodes may not be the exception.

Stranger Things follows the story of children and adults in the 1980s, who must face supernatural situations caused by government agencies. It highlights the presence of Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), a girl with psychic powers who grew up far from her family.

THE ACTORS REACT

Through their networks, interpreters such as Finn Wolfhard (Mike) and Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas) shared the preview. They do not hide their surprise because the video appeared without warning.

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