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Netflix Has Given Us a Teaser Trailer for Stranger Things 4 Volume 2

I’m loving Stranger Things 4 so far. This newest season has been divided into two “volumes,” and Volume 1 is already out. It’s seven episodes, and unlike in previous seasons, they’re all over an hour long. That makes the new season tough to binge, so I had to take little breaks between episodes. But after I finished the 100-minute-long episode seven (no, that’s not a typo!), I immediately wanted more. It’s some of the best horror TV I’ve seen in a while, so I absolutely can’t wait for Stranger Things 4 Volume 2, and thankfully, Netflix has released a brief teaser trailer to hold us over until it comes out.

If you’ve watched Stranger Things 4 Volume 1, you’ve probably seen this trailer already, as it plays after you finish the final episode, but it’s still fun to watch it a few more times. And if you haven’t finished Volume 1, don’t watch this trailer. While it’s too short to give us any concrete plot points for either volume, it still spoils a few big reveals from the first seven episodes, so only check it out if you’re all caught up.

Much like the final trailer for Volume 1, this new teaser doesn’t really tell us much about Volume 2, but once again, I don’t think it’s supposed to. Instead, it seems like it’s just meant to get us hyped for the rest of the season without spoiling anything, and it does its job almost perfectly. The people who put this trailer together chose some really intriguing shots and sound clips, so I’m super excited to see how this story plays out.

And thankfully, we’re not going to have to wait very long to find out. Stranger Things 4 Volume 2 comes out on July 1, and while it’s going to have only two episodes, we’ll still be getting more than enough Upside Down goodness. These two episodes will total about four hours (around 90 minutes for the first one, and 150 minutes for the second one), so it’s essentially going to be two full-length movies.

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Written by JP Nunez

JP Nunez is a lifelong horror fan. From a very early age, he learned to love monsters, ghosts, and all things spooky, and it's still his favorite genre today.

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