Stranger Things Season 4 Teaser Confirms Hopper Is Alive

And maybe that's why the new footage is fun, because ... well, we knew he'd be fine, and the fact that Netflix is just accepting that and giving us more Hopper instantly? The camera focuses on one specific individual who is quickly identified to be a shaven-headed Jim Hopper, played by David Harbour.

The new teaser helps to clear up one of the biggest mysteries from Season 3.

In an unexpected move today, Netflix dropped a mind-blowing first teaser trailer for Season 4 of Stranger Things.

The short clip features a group of prisoners being forced to build a railroad in Russian Federation. A very gaunt Hopper is finally seen among them, but he's missing his signature hair and beard. Realizing that he couldn't escape the ensuing blast, Hopper seemingly allows himself to die in an explosion that saved his town.

Just when all the clues were pointing to the official end of David Harbour's character Hopper on Stranger Things, Netflix have confirmed the Hawkins Police Chief is alive and well.

Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer said in a statement amid Friday's teaser release.


"Meanwhile, back in the states, a new horror is beginning to surface, something long buried, something that connects everything", the producers tease.

If we are being set up for a Stranger Things/Marvel Cinematic Universe crossover, we're putting this out there now: Jonathan Byers for Johnny Storm.

How do you feel about the "From Russia with Love" clip?

Hopper is back... with a new haircut. Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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