Stranger Things Writers Tease Fans With Return Of Season 4
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Fans of Stranger Things were given a new glimmer of hope on Thursday when Netflix dropped a spooky trailer offering more hints about season 4.
Check it out below:
The trailer introduces fans to the Rainbow Room where Eleven, and 10 other gifted children, are being kept.
We see the children in cold and empty room that resembles a prison where the youngsters ominously play games like chess and one holds an eight bowl with the message "signs point to yes" written inside.
Some of the objects in the new trailer were teased earlier in the day, in a short teaser which you can also watch:
The teaser was posted to the official Stranger Things YouTube channel under the title HNL Control Room and we must say it is very eery.
The two minute long video sees six analogue TV screens circled around a seventh one in the centre showing static noise and turning on one-by-one, showing weird images which could be hints about the new season.
The TV screens display some familiar images and objects, such as a door handle, a chessboard and a bloodied eight ball before disappearing again. While these objects could mean anything, the description of the video suggests there are more teasers set to drop in the near future. It reads: "Due to technical difficulties, Hawkins National Laboratory will be closed until further notice."
The third season of Stranger Things dropped in July 2019 and left fans on the edge of their seats when Hopper (played by David Harbour) was seemingly killed off - sacraficing himself to help close the gap between the Upside Down and our world.
With David Harbour officially back on set to film the new season, fans have speculated that Hopper might have pulled through, and one popular Reddit theory suggests Hopper is stuck in Kamchatka.
Some of the stars have started to tease the upcoming season, included Gaten Matarazzo who said season 4 will be the scariest yet - and judging by the first teaser, we believe him.
When asked by US Weekly to describe the new season with one word, Gaten said: "Yikes."
"Yikes" can interpreted several ways, but when Gaten was pressed to expand on his word choice, he said: "I think most people would probably say it's the scariest [season] out of the previous three, which I love because it's very fun to film."
Bring it on!