Much as she tries to insist in her letter she’s having the time of her life moving on from Hawkins and Hopper’s (presumed) death, it’s very clear that she’s doing anything but. “I’ve made lots of friends,” she narrates as we see her getting ignored by a classmate. If that weren’t bad enough, she gets hit with a spitball, and those are never fun. Like so many teens in school, Eleven at least has the upcoming spring break to look forward to. But once she drops the promise in her letter that spring break will be “the best ever,” that’s when things predictably go bad with glimpses of chaos to come.
If the bits of a shootout in her home and being chased by the government are any indication, going to the roller rink may not be the best move for Eleven at the moment. Now lacking her powers, Eleven’s in a different kind of danger than before, but it seems like the new season may be bringing in some other test subjects to pick up the supernatural slack. Stranger Things’ fourth season will hit Netflix in 2022.
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