'Stranger Things' Season 4 Trailer Has Just Dropped

Carla Harmon
February 15, 2020

Jim Hopper, police chief of the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, may be returning in the fourth season of "Stranger Things", according to a trailer dropped Friday.

Stranger Things season 4 returns later this year. The camera focuses on one of the workers, who is revealed to be Hopper - with a shaved head. That final, final post-credits scene of Season 3 is all starting to make more sense now. Since then, we've been gathering plenty of evidence that supports the idea that Hopper was somehow transported to Russian Federation during that deadly blast, and that's how he survived unbeknownst to everyone at home.

'Meanwhile, back in the states, a new horror is beginning to surface, something long buried, something that connects everything....

Twitter, though, while yelling, "He's alive!" has shifted to making jokes about Hopper being the Red Guardian since, you know, David Harbour is playing both characters.

The streaming site have also promised the next instalment will be "the biggest and most frightening season yet".

After this first teaser, we can't wait to see what Stranger Things 4 has in store, all we know is we must pray for the American. One of the prisoners: none other than our hero, Jim Hopper, played by David Harbour.

However, if you still want to continue your curiosity voyage towards Stranger Things 4, then take a look at the working title and what it could mean, discover the title of the first episode of the next season, and read the latest details about the prospective new characters joining the hit Netflix show.

Hopper was presumed dead at the end of Season 3 after defeating the Russian Terminator and helping close the rift between the real world and the Upside Down (he even said goodbye to Joyce), although fans have been theorising for months about ways he could have survived. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries.

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