Stranger Things Season 4 Brings In Eleven’s Siblings Into Action
Stranger Things Season 4 teaser trailer has come out, and it introduces all of Eleven’s siblings. There are also new mysteries cooking for the people in Hawkins. The trailer for the Netflix show was long-awaited, and finally, it has arrived now. In the trailer, we see a group of children who are playing in a small enclosed space. They are kept under surveillance. Later as the trailer progresses, we understand that these children are actually Eleven’s siblings. They soon get to meet their “father.”
Before the trailer got released, the show’s YouTube channel posted a cryptic video. This video mentioned that the team would make an announcement on the 6th of May at 9:00 AM right from the Hawkins Lab. People were pretty confirmed that they might just reveal the trailer on this day. Fans also have the feeling that this video revealed a control room that might plan an important role in this particular season of the show. This can be somehow linked to Sheriff Hopper’s presence in a Russian prison camp. It can also be related to the transmissions that might soon be attacking Hawkins.
Stranger Things Season 4 brings Eleven’s siblings into action
Till now, we do not have much idea about the plot of the present installment of the show. A few photos which had leaked earlier show Steve (Joe Kerry) working at a video store. A person, probably Maya Thurman- the Robin of Hawke, soon visits him. After seeing the images, the fans feel that it was set up in 1986. This could be said based on the pictures that were there on the video store. The posters include The Man with One Red Show by Tom Hanks and Teen Wolf, in which Michael J. Fox debuted back in 1986. The posters of both the movies are seen in the store upfront.
Caleb McLaughlin playing Lucas has been shown working in the Japanese restaurant at the Starcourt Mall. David Harbour, who plays the character of Sheriff Hopper, seems to have somehow survived his death in the previous season. He is presently facing rough conditions in the Russian prison. The team of monster-hunters will have a new member this season; he is a punk-rock personality with no name known till now. Levon Thurman Hawke will play the character.
We do not have a release date till now, but the star Finn Hard has shared that the show might come on Netflix in 2022. Duffer Brothers have been creating this show from the very first season. We will see Millie Bobby Brown, Winona Ryder, Finn Wolfhard, David Harbour, Gaten Matarazzo, Noah Schnapp, Caleb McLaughlin, Charlie Heaton, Natalia Dyer, Joe Keery, Cary Elwes, Priah Ferguson, Jake Busey, Levon Thurman-Hawke, and Maya Thurman-Hawke in this installment of the show. Keep an eye on MediaScrolls for further updates about the show. We hope that we receive a release date for the show very soon.