November 8 is a big issue in the world Stranger Things, The day Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) went missing. In the real world, this means Netflix is using the day to celebrate a “holiday” called Stranger Things Day and create hype for the upcoming fourth season. With a Creeper Eleven and Will’s move to California won’t be as safe as teenagers, Netflix has revealed the headlines of each episode. The title was just after last season A little Less obscure More than usual, it looks like the four seasons are trying to continue the trend. And hey, we also got a release window: Nine episodes will come next summer.
So, the headlines we got here are:
1. “The Hellfire Club”
2. “The Curse of the Vecker”
3. “Monster and Superhero”
4. “Dear Billy”
5. “Nina Project”
7. “Hawkins Lab Massacre”
9. “The Piggyback”
Episodes four, seven and eight have the least mysterious titles, at least in their faces. We have known this for some time Grasshopper (David Harbor) survived the end of season three and has been imprisoned in Russian prisons ever since. “Dear Billy” may mean a return to the character of Decrey Montgomery, although his story has come. Fairly satisfactory Last season ended after a Mind Flare turned into a pincushion. Meanwhile, “The Massacre at Hawkins Lab” seems to have been shown in that teaser video of Eleven’s last spring. Peer test subject. Either way, it will be up to the kids to come together and solve some supernatural shit. Again.
Stranger Things The fourth season will be released in the summer of 2022. Let us know what you think the titles of this episode mean (or don’t mean) in the comments below.
Correction, 11/6/2021, 2:09 pm EST: An earlier version of this post incorrectly stated that there will be 11 episodes for the season when it will actually be nine, as was the case with the second season.
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