As many “Stranger Things,” fans may remember, Season 3 premiered all the way back in July of 2019, and it's been an interesting journey to get Season 4 made because of the global pandemic. But now that the upcoming season is close, it looks like it will take a different direction than previous seasons.
Unlike previous seasons of "Stranger Things," Season 4 will not be released all at once but will be released in two separate parts. The reason for this method of release was explained by showrunners the Duffer Brothers, who said the season is much longer than previous seasons of the show.
Most of the cast that appeared in the first three seasons of "Stranger Things" including David Harbour, will once again be making their return for Season 4. However, just as in previous seasons, this entry will see new characters and bigger names like Robert Englund as Victor Creel and Tom Wlaschiha as Dmitri.
For "Stranger Things" fans who are having a tough time waiting for May 27 to arrive, there is a teaser trailer available to obsessively view and look for clues. The trailer focuses mainly on Eleven and her adjustment to a new life in California.