Stranger Things drops episode titles for season 4 – and they spell disaster for Hawkins

Stranger Things drops episode titles for season 4 – and they spell disaster for Hawkins

11/08/2021

STRANGER Things have teased episode titles for the eagerly anticipated fourth season – and they spell disaster for Hawkins. 

Die-hard fans of the show are ravenous for more content and the show is finally starting to deliver after a hiatus made even longer by the coronavirus pandemic.


After a nail-biting wait, fans of the hit Netflix series are being rewarded for their patience after an intriguing trailer recently surfaced.

And now there’s even more speculation mounting after the streaming platform unveiled the revealing titles of each of the upcoming episodes.

Among the pretty striking titles of the nine episodes is ‘The Massacre At Hawkins Lab’ – teasing an action-packed episode and the possible return of Eleven’s father.

Meanwhile, ‘The Monster’ and ‘The Superhero’ also hint that a dramatic face-off could very well be heading to our screens, too.

The series, which will be released next summer, shows former human lab rat Eleven living in California with school pal Will Byers and his family, who took her in after the death of her policeman guardian Jim Hopper.

The trailer, which Eleven narrates through a chirpy letter she is writing to her close pal Mike Wheeler, shows the telekinetic teen struggling to fit in at school.

She is spat at and ignored, but she seems oblivious to it – all she can think of is seeing Mike, her first ever friend and love interest.

During the one-minute trailer, Eleven says: “I think I have finally adapted. I even like school now. I have made lots of friends.

“Even so I am ready for Spring Break. Mostly because I get to see you. We will have the best Spring Break ever.”

A hectic montage reveals glimpses of key moments from the show, including a roller derby, explosions in the desert, as well as mysterious men in suits appearing to manhandle Eleven.

Joyce Byers – played by Winona Ryder – is also seen receiving a Russian doll in the post, which could hint that the shady Soviets who wanted to capture the Demogorgon in the previous series have unfinished business with Eleven.

This is the second trailer for the fourth series, following on from one released in August.

Stranger Things season 4 will be released in 2022 and all three seasons are available to watch on Netflix now.



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