Stranger Things 4 Teaser Reveals The Haunted Creel House (VIDEO)
As the streaming wars continue to grow in scope, Netflix holds a steady position as the leader in the race. Netflix’s original films and series in recent years have proven to be their strong focus for success, and that trend will only continue. This past weekend, Netflix held their TUDUM digital presentation that provided many new updates for their upcoming original projects, with the big focus being their adaptation of The Witcher. As that series only expands with new seasons and spinoffs, Netflix has also dropped a reminder that they haven’t forgotten about their other big nerd-favorite series, Stranger Things, with a Stranger Things 4 teaser.
Netflix has released the new Stranger Things 4 teaser on their official YouTube account, after having had its premiere at their TUDUM event. The trailer begins by introducing the Creel family, who had apparently moved to Hawkins, Indiana in the 1950s. As the family adjusts to their new life and home, darkness appears to be afoot in their household. The patriarch of the Creel family is revealed to have murdered his wife and children, with public myth believing that it was demonic activity that led him to do so. However, it’s probably that forces from the Upside Down could very well be responsible.
The Stranger Things 4 teaser then shows the return of several characters: Dustin, Max, Lucas, Nancy, Steve, and Robin. The kids explore the decrepit and abandoned Creel household in their present time of 1986, hoping to find some kind of clue as to what truly happened. As Dustin quotes one Sherlock Holmes, the trailer’s zoom-in on a grandfather clock suggests further ominous things are afoot. Lastly, the teaser confirms that Stranger Things 4 will release sometime in 2022.
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A royally radical and totally tubular 90s kid, Cory has a passion for all things nerdy, particularly gaming and nostalgia. While an accountant by day, he strives to be as creative and humorous as possible in his free time, be it here writing on Don't Feed the Gamers, or making dumb satirical posts on his Twitter, Youtube, Facebook and Instagram accounts.