Stranger Things” fans, do you copy?
Netflix released a brief teaser trailer Friday for the fourth period of its hit fantasy series featuring Winona Ryder, David Harbor, Finn Wolfhard and Millie Bobby Brown.
The 30-second see uncovers that the Emmy-winning show will get back to the streaming stage in 2022 — and very little else.
“Something’s coming,” a voice says in the trailer, set to dramatic instrumental music. “It is almost here.”
A flurry of split-second previews from Season 4 and seasons past, the secret contains new film of Steve (Joe Keery), Nancy (Natalia Dyer), Joyce (Ryder) and a portion of the not really little-any longer children flashlights on a spooky mission.
In the interim, Sheriff Jim Hopper (Harbor), who (spoiler alert!) was assumed dead in the past season, is back, bare and employing a flamethrower, while supernatural miracle Eleven (Brown) gets caught, per normal, by detestable men in suits.
The third section of “More peculiar Things,” which debuted on the Fourth of July in 2019, saw the crew’s mid year of fun wrecked by the otherworldly powers of the Upside Down, coming full circle in an epic confrontation in a shopping center. Like pretty much every Hollywood task, creation on Season 4 was deferred by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Made by the Duffer siblings, the well known repulsiveness establishment’s returning group cast likewise incorporates Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Charlie Heaton, Noah Schnapp and Sadie Sink.
“The world has been watching,” title cards read throughout Friday’s trailer. “In 2022, the global phenomenon returns.”