Netflix's insanely popular series 'Stranger Things' rolled out its teaser for Season 4, with a world beyond Hawkins, Indiana. It continues from the last bit of the previous season where fans anticipated that Jim Hopper (David Harbour) had been detained in Russia after the explosion.
The less than one minute teaser shows Hopper in a shaven head look working at Russia’s heavily guarded detention camp. This only means that the new plot will show Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) , who has assumed Jim to be dead, rescue him and embark on a mission to kill the Demogorgon monster.
From Russia with love… pic.twitter.com/ZWEMgy63Et— Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) February 14, 2020
For those unversed, Hopper apparently perished as a result of Joyce (Winona Ryder) closing the door to the Upside Down below the Star Court Mall. And during the battle with a monster, Eleven lost her powers. Following Hopper's death, she was taken in by Joyce and moved with the Byers family, including Will (Noah Schnapp) and Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) out of Hawkins.
The teaser does not suggest any release date, but has surely gotten fans excited for the reunion.
Stranger Things is an homage to the 80s genre, first premiered on Netflix in 2016 and has since swept away a number of award nominations, including 30 Emmy nominations and six wins. The Duffers, who are writers, directors, and showrunners of the series, previously worked on the Fox series 'Wayward Pines' and wrote and directed the post-apocalyptic horror film 'Hidden'.