The new traier for Volume 2 of Netflix’s most-anticipated Stranger Things Season 4 gives fans a dreadful look at the supernatural and horribly scary things awaiting them inside the Upside Down.

Today, Netflix released the trailer for the second half of the fourth season’s last two episodes, which will sport a massive runtime of almost 4 hours.

A Particular Scene Hints A Main CHaracter Death

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Stranger Things Season 3

While the characters’ story resolution still remains quite a mystery, the footage hints that one of the beloved cast members is sadly going to meet an untimely end. At roughly 0:58 in the video, Robin is seen saying to Steve, “It might not work out for us this time,” signaling that death is certainly on the horizon.

Created by the Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things debuted six years back in 2016, to much praise from critics and fans alike. The first season saw the mystery of the disappearance of Will Byers, which soon revealed a scary world of interdimensional creatures hidden by various internal conspiracies.

Season 4 of Stranger Things Has Been The Scariest

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Season 4

Season 4 of Stranger Things has been termed as the darkest until now, leaning more into pure horror territory than it has ever done before. The fourth season also debuted a plethora of new story arcs and scary implications, from the evil Vecna to changing the way time works in the universe of Stranger Things.

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Fans have started getting a little sneak peek at the last two episodes of Season 4, “Chapter Eight: Papa” and “Chapter Nine: The Piggyback.”

Shawn Levy, who serves as Executive producer, has also discussed the creative team’s decision to split season 4, saying, “We didn’t think nine episodes were going to be ready in time, and we have made the world wait long enough.” He continued, “We always knew that if we could deliver the first seven, it’s such a satisfying breaking point and pay-off moment, that it’ll keep people fed for enough weeks so we can finish up Volume 2.”

Levy also admitted the darker tone of Season 4, revealing, “I was occasionally nervous that the show was going so dark, it would be off-putting to the younger viewers that have flocked to our show.” He also commented on the show’s innate ability to recenter itself, adding, “I think this is the superpower of the show. No matter how dark we go with Stranger Things, it’s always balanced with the heart it is.”

The Duffer Brothers have hinted to fans about what to expect from the final two episodes of this ongoing season, and well, as we expect, it won’t be anything good.


Ross Duffer answered a question regarding the body counts in the episodes, saying that “I don’t really want to say, but I would be concerned about the characters going into Volume 2, for sure. I hope that that is sort of the sense because it is a darker season and the kids are no longer kids. So everybody is in danger. And there’s sort of an ominous feeling that things might not go well.”

Stranger Things Season 4 Volume 1 is streaming now while Vol. 2 streams on July 1, only on Netflix.

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