“Stranger Things” Season 4 Trailer Welcomes You To the Creel House

It’s not like the Duffer Brothers’ Stranger Things hasn’t been one of television’s most meticulously created series over the last few years, but executive producer and director Shawn Levy told Collider their efforts on season 4 were “by far the most ambitious of the seasons.” That’s exciting. Now we’ve got our first good glimpse at season 4 courtesy of a new trailer, introducing us to the Creel House. The Creels, it turns out, are a nice family of four who arrive at their new digs—a grand old house—sometime in the 1950s, we’re guessing. The house they’ve moved into, well, let’s just say they should have had a paranormal inspector take a peek at the property before they signed the lease. Some terrible things seem to have happened, and continue to happen, in this house. Next thing we know, the Creels are gone, and who comes snooping around the deserted old place but our heroes. This juju in this house is so clearly malevolent, you’d think our Stranger Things friends would leave the place alone. Wait, no, of course they’d do the opposite of that. These kids love a paranormal adventure.

Part of what makes season four so ambitious is the fact that it’s set over multiple timelines and in multiple locations. We already know that David Harbour’s Jim Hopper is alive (but not so well) in a Russian prison. We know that the action will take place in Russia, in Hawkins, and elsewhere. And we know, as a general rule about television and film series, the action has to get bigger and bolder which each fresh season and installment.

Check out the teaser below. Stranger Things season 4 hits Netflix sometime in 2022.

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Featured image: Noah Schnapp, Caleb McLaughlin, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Sadie Sink, Charlie Heaton, Natalia Dyer in Stranger Things. Courtesy: Netflix


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