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New ‘Stranger Things 4’ Teaser Confirms Release Date

It may be a little hard to believe, but the last time we saw Mike, Dustin, Eleven, Lucas, Hopper, and the rest of the gang was actually back in 2019. Ever since the conclusion of Stranger Things 3, many fans all around the world have been wondering when they would get to feast their eyes on the already confirmed fourth season.

Two teasers have been released so far – one focusing on a bald Hopper who now appears to be working in Russia and one focusing on the character of Eleven. But today, a brand new teaser not only showcases brief moments from the upcoming fourth outing but also confirms when we will get to watch the new season.

Those who were crossing their fingers that they would get to watch their favorite Hawkins characters reunite in 2021 may be disappointed because season four will not be released this year, but rather sometime in 2022.

At this stage, it is unclear as to when exactly season four will be released. Something key to note is that every season of Stranger Things (excluding season one) has been released in accordance with the season’s setting.

For example, season two took place during Halloween and thus, was released during the month of October. Then, season three was released during the month of July which lined up with that season’s summer setting. Judging by the brief teasers of season four, it looks like it could take place in the Fall or Winter, so perhaps we won’t get to watch this new season until then. Hopefully, it won’t be that long, but nothing has been confirmed yet.

Take a look at the new teaser below:

For more updates on Stranger Things 4, stay tuned to Awards Radar.


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Written by Caillou Pettis

Caillou Pettis is a professional film critic and has been writing about film for several years across various different publications. Ever since the age of nine, film and the art of filmmaking have been his number one passion. When hes

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