Hopper actor David Harbour is known for what people in season one see as “American Evil Doctor,” and it seems clear that in season 4 there will be an American Hopper trying to return to Eleven and the rest of his crew. In season four Hopper’s vitality status won’t be a major plot point, but the show must handle the reintroduction of his death as a major turning point for the eleven and the rest of the group. It appears that Hopper was burned in the Season 3 finale, when Joyce closed Ryder’s gate Upside Down and hid under Starcourt Mall (with Hopper’s consent, of course) in a Russian bunker because it was the only way to guarantee the safety of the Eleven, the City and the Hawkins, but things are not going as they appear.
With the series wrapping up, Netflix took the opportunity to promote the new season with a host of teaser trailers. The short teaser trailer in a flurry of split-second snaps from the fourth season of the hit fantasy series with Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown and past seasons features new footage featuring Steve (Natalia Dyer), Joyce (Winona Ryder) and no-frills-toting flashlight on a spooky mission. After a series of recordings from previous seasons, including the opening minutes of the first episode, the trailer moves to the recordings from the forthcoming season.
On May 6, the show released a brand new trailer for its fourth season. It’s enough to scare us and scare us about what’s happening at Hawkins National Laboratory.
The teaser for the fourth season, which was released in May, showed a handful of children playing in a secret facility where Eleven was raised and experimented. The teaser also hinted that Season 4 would show more of her back story, confirming one of the long-standing rumors that Martin Brenner, director of Hawkins National Laboratory and surrogate father of Eleven, is still alive. Now that we know the breakdown of the cast, at least part of the fourth season will revolve around psychiatric hospitals. The second teaser trailer reveals that we will see more flashbacks to the eleventh period as a child at the hospital, including the eponymous Rainbow Room.
The trailer for the eleventh season of Stranger Things suggests more revelations about Millie and Bobby Brown’s characters are in the offing, as well as further glimpses of their time under Dr Brenner’s tutelage at Hawkins Lab.
To recapture the last five years of Stranger Things, which offered glimpses into his future, there’s an exciting new teaser for the next installment of the series (Eleven), Millie (Bobby Brown) in her early moments, heading to Hawkins and teasing Shea.
The preview marks one of our first glimpses of a new Stranger Things season since March 2020, when Netflix released a distressing teaser that revealed that detective Hopper, who was assumed dead at the end of season three, was in fact a mysterious American prisoner held captive by Russian agents. The streaming service got a hint that Hopper was working for Russian Chain Gang, but not even that cheery sneak peek would reveal all the puzzle pieces of the fourth season in the scene that looked like the first table read, one that reveals a lot about what’s to come on Trip and the Upside Down. While there are plenty of earth-shattering revelations in the latest Look for Stranger Things Season 4, an exciting new teaser for the next episode of Stranger Things reveals the plot that fans were expecting in the post-credits scene of the finale of season 3.
Today, Valentine’s Day, Netflix decided to publish a new Russia-loving trailer for Stranger Things season 4 and they haven’t been dancing around one of the main cliffhangers of the last season. Aside from the premiere date, Netflix executives have known for several years how long new Stranger Things content will last, so in May they released a new (and mysterious, of course) teaser that hinted at unrevealed information about the show’s fourth season.
While the production decided to start the scene with the Hoppers in a Russian prison, they used another location in Lithuania to represent the snowy Russian landscape we saw in the teaser trailer for Stranger Things season 4.
Most of the shooting for season four takes place in Russia, where Jim Hopper last seen in season three. The first trailer for Stranger Things season 4 was a short teaser that included footage of David Harbour as Hopper, but it could have been so much better. The only thing we got from the teaser was that season 4 would show more of Eleven’s back story.
The gothic, creepy grandfather clock presented in Netflix’s short announcement video for Stranger Things season 4 is the benefit of presenting other promo footage with a clock from the previous Eleven trailer, set in Dr Brenner’s lab in Stranger Things, hammering home the theme of time.
Stranger Things 4 is one of the most anticipated new seasons on television, and fans are eager to find out what they’re up to and what each new episode will bring. Four children appear from left to right : Max, Dustin, Lucas and Erica who confirm that Lucas will be a regular member of Stranger Things Crew in Season 4.