Netflix has released a new teaser trailer for Stranger Things 4 and it gives us our first glimpse of the eerie new location to be introduced next season … the Creel House. This is home to a new character named Victor Creel, played by Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street). Creel has been incarcerated in a psychiatric hospital since his family was violently murdered in the 1950s, blaming Creel for a vengeful demon. As you might expect, no one believed him.
What does it mean? This means that the creatures in Upside Down have been terrorizing Hawkins for far longer than anyone had realized. This next season will definitely be absolutely crazy and so much fun! I can’t wait to see how the character arcs continue to play out over the course of the series.
When previously talked about Stranger Things 4, David Harbor said it’s his favorite batch of episodes yet:
“[Season 4] is truly my favorite season. I just love it. Scripts are always getting better and these guys, they started, and season one is so tight and good and intimate in a certain way, it’s so good. And these guys go in different directions that fans have several assignments on, but I would say that the writing continues to be of its particular, specific genre, no matter what they do each season is just extraordinary. And this again, we top it. Like I feel it’s a big, beautiful season. I can not wait for people to see it. “
Producer Shawn Levy also teased that season 4 is more epic and cinematic and said, “It’s epic storytelling. It’s still rooted in character, but the scope of the storytelling is more epic and cinematic than we’ve ever tried before. ”
The series plays stars Millie Bobbie Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Huller Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Winona Ryder, Natalia Dyer, and they are joined by newcomers Robert Englund, Jamie Campbell Bower, Joseph Quinn, Tom Wlaschiha, Sherman Augustus, Mason Dye, and Nikola Djuricko.
Stranger Things Season 4 will be released on Netflix sometime in 2022.
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