Netflix Reveals Stranger Things Season 4 Episode Titles

The popular streaming series is expected to continue with new episodes starting in summer 2022.


Netflix has released a new trailer unveiling the episode titles for Season 4 of Stranger Things, which is expected to premiere on the streaming service in summer 2022. The video is part of the festivities happening at Netflix for November 6, which has been christened Stranger Things Day.

Intended as a "special day [for fans] to share their love for the series," Netflix will be stoking that admiration by "teasing new footage and exclusive content on [its] social channels, hosting live fan experiences, and introducing limited edition merchandise online and in brick and mortar stores around the world." Check out the video with the upcoming episode titles below, which we've also transcribed underneath.

  1. The Hellfire Club
  2. Vecna's Curse
  3. The Monster and the Superhero
  4. Dear Billy
  5. The Nina Project
  6. The Dive
  7. The Massacre at Hawkins Lab
  8. Papa
  9. The Piggyback

If you're super-hazy on what all went down in Stranger Things Season 3, don't sweat it. For one thing, that batch of episodes arrived in the summer of 2019--but the good news is Netflix has your back there, as well. During the streaming service's recent virtual Tudum convention, Netflix released a new trailer that will help refresh your memory and get you psyched for what's "just" a few more seasons away.

For as highly-anticipated and beloved as Stranger Things is, we still know so little about Season 4. We don't even know if it'll be the final installment of the fan-favorite show. Whatever the case, here's hoping Hopper and the Hawkins gang reunite--or even that the show finds a way to quickly get Eleven and Mike (Finn Wolfhard) back in the same room together. The two professed their love for each other before Eleven left town with the Byers clan at the end of Season 3, leaving their relationship status a bit murky.

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