Netflix Releases New Poster and Preview Images for Stranger Things 4

Netflix Releases New Poster and Preview Images for Stranger Things 4

The streaming service has been ramping up the promotional channels to get the word out (as if the entire world didn''t already have the date marked down). Before we see a clip of some of the cast discussing the season''s return, we have what we believe will be the final poster for the season, but you never know. Following this post, we have the newest preview images. Enjoy!

And, in the next clip from NBC''s TODAY show, Al Roker talked with Gaten Matarazzo, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, and Priah Ferguson about the upcoming season, how it was like watching the season over such a long time due to the epidemic, and more:

Here are some of the most recent preview shots that deserving of their own red connective strings (you know who you are), followed by a pile of previous previews:

Winona Ryder (Joyce Byers), David Harbour (Jim Hopper), Finn Wolfhard (Mike Wheeler), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas Sinclair), Sadie Sink (Max Mayfield), Natalia Dyer (Jonathan Byers), Joe Keery (Robin Buckley, Brett Gelman, and Judy Brown (Dr. Brenner). Now without further delay, we''ve returned you to your regular viewings of the fourth season of Netflix:

Six months since the Battle of Starcourt, which erupted terror and destruction to Hawkins, our group of friends are separated for the first time, and navigating the hardships of college hasn''t made things any easier. A new, horrifying supernatural threat emerges in this most sensitive moment, revealing a frightening mystery that might finally leave the backstory of the Upside Down.

The first major art for the fourth season, "Every Ending Has a Beginning," began in Russia with a Hopper-Joyce reunion. From there, Eleven is seeing her worst nightmare in the second key art poster. And now, the good news: While the fourth poster brings us to the Byers'' new life in California, some familiar faces are concerned. And then, the final poster, titled "Somewhere, Has a Beginning," will conclude with the following fifth season.

Here''s a look at the Duffer Bros letter announcing the series'' end with the fifth season, but easing that more from the show''s world might be on the way:

Here''s a look at the fourth season of episode titles, including S04E01 "The Hellfire Club"; S04E02 "Vecna''s Curse"; S04E03 "Dear Billy"; S04E05 "The Nina Project"; S04E07 "The Massacre at Hawkins Lab"; S04E09 "The Piggyback":

The Byers and Eleven are preparing to leave the Hawkins as we''ve already seen and what becomes clear in the video below. So as Eleven is really looking forward to a great Spring Break with Mike, outside forces might have something to say about it (as you''ll see in the following teasers).

Jamie Campbell Bower (The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, Sweeney Todd), Eduardo Franco (Booksmart, The Binge, and Joseph Quinn) have joined the cast of Stranger Things as series regulars. Tom Wlaschiha (Game of Thrones), Sherman Augustus (Into the Badlands, Westworld), Mason Dye (Bosch, The Goldbergs), Nikola Djuricko (Genius, In The Land of Blood and Honey), and Regina Ting Chen

Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer put an additional intel to offer on what fans can expect from what''s sounding like an epic season in the making- both with the narrative and the literal size of the season & its episodes during this weekend''s Deadline Hollywood Contenders conference:

"Stranger Things" Season 4: Game of Thrones? "We kind of jokingly call it our "Game of Thrones" season, but I think that''s what''s unique or most unique about the season." Joyce and the Byers family are in California, so we finally got to do that like ''E.T.''-inspired suburb aesthetic this year in the desert, and then Hopper in Russia, and then we have a group remaining in Hawkins. So we have these three stories, each individually and

"We didn''t know how big the season was going to go, and we didn''t even realize until we were about halfway through, but again, in terms of how much story we wanted to tell this season. "Game of Thrones" is one thing we''ve talked about, but it also for us, however, is revelations, in that we really wanted to start giving the audience some answers." Ross Duffer

"Section 4 Comes With Answers: Back when Season 1, Netflix just kept going, "Can you explain all this mythology to us?" So we created this gigantic 20-page document, which talked about everything in terms of what was going on and what exactly the Upside Down was. And then each season we''re just sort of peeling back the layers of that onion, so so to speak. This season, we really wanted to get into it and [reveal] some of those answers. So this season

"I don''t think we have an episode on Season 1 that was just over an hour. So this season, it''s almost twice the length of any season. So that''s one reason why it''s taken so long. It''s a different feel, for sure." Matt Duffer

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