Stranger Things season 4 premieres in only a week (on Friday, May 27), but Netflix is making the wait easier by releasing the opening eight minutes of the new season in a special sneak peek. However, given the current state of the scenario, many fans may find the wait much more intolerable, since they will need answers as soon as possible.
Seven of the nine episodes will be released on May 27 in the first volume, which will cover the majority of the season. Volume 2 of the season will be published on July 1 with the remaining two episodes. “Stranger Things” has been renewed for a fifth season, which will be the show’s last season, in addition to the two-part Season 4. Season 5’s release date has yet to be determined.
What do the first 8 minutes of Stranger Things 4 reveal?
The video begins in September 1979, sending viewers to Hawkins National Laboratories, where Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) was nurtured with other brilliant children. The trailer depicts Dr. Brenner (Matthew Modine) going through his daily routine before heading to the laboratory. He takes another youngster to the lab, who has the number 010 tattooed on his wrist. During the session, 10 is instructed to locate Dr. Ellis, but when he does, he discovers that both Six and the doctor have died.
brenner: what have you done?
us: we’ve given you the first 8 min of season 4 AND the episode split announce. ⬇️
ST4 Vol. 1. Seven Episodes. May 27th. ST4 Vol. 2. Two Episodes. July 1st. pic.twitter.com/2svkoRAoh1
— Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) May 20, 2022
Dr. Brenner is hurt and reeling from the unexpected attack in the next scene. Besides him, there is 10, who appears to be dead—and he’s not the only one. Lights flicker on and off as Brenner wanders through the now-destroyed laboratory, exposing more corpses scattered across the corridors. Brenner enters the playroom through two doors, where a bloodied Eleven stands amid the chaos. “What have you done?” Brenner inquires as the screen goes blank.
It’s a great way to start what’s being labeled Stranger Things’ greatest season ever. That isn’t only referring to what will happen to our favorite Hawkins, Ind. Season 4 of Stranger Things is the longest season of the sci-fi series to date.