Netflix drops terrifying new trailer for Stranger Things Season 4

Los Gatos, California - Netflix has dropped the new full-length trailer for Stranger Things Season Four, and boy are things about to get stranger!

On Tuesday, Netflix dropped the new full-length trailer for Stranger Things season four, teasing that a dark fate lays ahead for the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana.
On Tuesday, Netflix dropped the new full-length trailer for Stranger Things season four, teasing that a dark fate lays ahead for the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana.  © imago/Everett Collection

Sadie flying? Hopper in Russia? Eleven has no powers?

Ladies and gents, the new season of Stranger Things is nearly upon us, and it seems the Upside Down world isn't done with the quaint town of Hawkins, Indiana.

On Tuesday, the streaming giant dropped a new full length trailer for the upcoming fourth season, and holy cow – there is a lot to unpack.

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Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo, Sade Sink, Charlie Heaton, Natalia Dyer, David Harbour, and Winona Ryder all return to reprise their roles.

In the nearly three minute clip, viewers see the teenagers attempting to navigate one of the most dangerous places on earth: high school.

Unfortunately, bullies and deadlines will be the least of Eleven and her friends' worries, as it seems a new threat will probably ruin the teens' spring break.

Making matters worse, Eleven, played by Brown, admits that she is powerless, which will definitely land the misfit and gang in some serious trouble.

Plus, there's the little tidbit that Hopper, Eleven's adoptive father and former Sheriff of Hawkins, is alive – and trapped in Russia.

And lest we forget glimpses of a frightening haunted house, a very suspicious grandfather clock - which is a predominant theme throughout the trailer - and the season's terrifying new baddie, Vecna.

Stranger Things season four will premiere on Netflix on May 27, with the second half to follow on July 1.

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