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Stranger Things 4 Volume 2 Sneak Peek: A glimpse into the crazy symphony of pandemonium

The penultimate season will stream on Netflix on July 1, 2022.

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Last Updated: 03.23 AM, Jun 10, 2022

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Stranger Things 4 Volume 2 Sneak Peek: A glimpse into the crazy symphony of pandemonium
Stranger Things 4 Volume 2 Sneak Peek

We still have a few weeks until the release of Part 2 of Stranger Things Season 4 on Friday, July 1, but to tide us over and whet our appetites, even more, Netflix published a teaser for the penultimate season's two last episodes on Thursday.

In the scary teaser, Vecna scoffs at Eleven in the teaser, which is a usual heart-pounding affair. The villain informs her that it's over and she has set him free. Now, she won't be able to stop it. We also get a very telling hint regarding the fate of one of the characters who is in danger.

The Duffer Brothers, who created the series, told TVLine that Part 2 was a Whitman's Sampler. Matt Duffer summarised it as having a little bit of everything. It's very emotional, but it's also the most action and spectacle they have ever had.

He stole a description of the last two episodes from Joseph Quinn, who plays Eddie, later in the interview. Quinn described it as a crazy symphony of pandemonium. That's exactly it, particularly in the final episode.

Season 4 split up our protagonists into three locations, as viewers are well aware of spoilers coming if you haven't watched. Hawkins, California, where Eleven had moved with the Byers, and Russia, where Hopper was being held prisoner by the KGB. With Eleven in Nevada, Mike, Will, Jonathan, and Argyle on the road, and Nancy in, well, let's just say problems, the group was even more fragmented as Part 1 ended.

Ross Duffer said that they have been bouncing from one universe to the next all season, but the cross-cutting just gets very rapid-fire in the finale as they are just bouncing from one planet to the next.

The role of Vecna is played by Jamie Campbell Bower, who has been touted as one of the best villains the series has witnessed.

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