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Panama City, FL – Netflix’s latest ‘Stranger Things’ teaser introduces viewers to creepy ‘Creel House’

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Netflix launched its new “Stranger Things” trailer at the company’s first global TUDUM fan event on Saturday. (Netflix)

(NEXSTAR) – These poor kids just can’t avoid supernatural trouble, can they?

Netflix has released another teaser for the upcoming fourth season of “Stranger Things,” this time inviting viewers to an entirely new and possibly sinister setting – one that, of course, the main cast will soon start snooping around.

The trailer, which debuted on Saturday as part of Netflix’s TUDUM fan event, opens in the 1950s with a set of new characters featured as members of the Creel family. But something is wrong with the family patriarch, as he was briefly seen standing over the lifeless bodies of two children.

Fast forward to the ’80s, and Hawkins’ gang obviously find their way into the now abandoned house.

Not much was revealed in the trailer for the fourth season other than a 2022 release date.

Netflix previously confirmed the return of the original cast, including David Harbor, whose character fate was left uncertain at the end of the third season. But joining the series for this new nightmare is Robert Englund, best known for playing Freddy Kruger in the “Nightmare on Elm Street” series.

Englund will play a character named Victor Creel, a man who was “jailed in a mental hospital for a gruesome murder in the 1950s,” according to official “Stranger Things” social media channels.

In addition to the new “Stranger Things” teaser, Netflix has released exclusive trailers and scenes for new movies, shows and comeback series, including first glimpses of new seasons of “Bridgerton,” “Ozark. “and a teaser for the next giant of Documentary streaming on Kanye West.

Fans can find out more in Netflix recap of Saturday’s TUDUM event.



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