Finally: We See Where Eleven Went in the Latest Stranger Things 4 Trailer

One word: California.

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(SPOT.ph) Netflix has been giving us crumbs from the upcoming fourth season of Stranger Things—the latest of which has finally given us some answers about Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown). They dropped a trailer with her front and center, revealing where she went after the crazy events of the third season. Yup, Eleven has found a new home in sunny, retro California! And better yet, Netflix has confirmed that Stranger Things 4 will be released in Summer 2022. Check out the full trailer below.

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Also read: 10 of the Most Bizarre Theories About Stranger Things Season 4

Eleven pops up in California in the latest Stranger Things 4 trailer

Eleven is bringing the chaos to California! Or well, it seems high-school life in general is chaotic enough as it is. The voiceover of her letter to Mike (Finn Wolfhard) about "the best spring break ever" has us thinking something truly special is about to happen then—or as this is the Stranger Things universe we're talking about, major sh*t is about to go down.

This trailer is the fourth one Netflix dropped for Stranger Things 4 and will most likely be the last! Our first few looks focused on a bunch of other story elements to look forward to: the return of a certain beloved character, a peek at Eleven's dark origin story, and a very short tour of the Creel House, a creepy new setting. We'll keep watch for the exact release date!

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