Stranger Things teases fans with new photos for season four

Netflix teased Stranger Things fans with a slew of first-look images from the impending fourth season.

On Wednesday the streaming giant took to Instagram to upload a ‘photo dump’ for the viewing pleasure of its 29.5 million followers.

The slideshow included outtakes peppered with series regulars Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, David Harbor, and more.

Teaser: Netflix teased Stranger Things fans with a slew of first-look images from the impending fourth season; from left, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown and Noah Schnapp

The first photo of the set showed Millie in character as Eleven, Finn as Mike Wheeler, and Noah Schnapp as Will Byers.

The three all had matching concerned expressions on their faces as they stared ahead.

A third upload was a snapshot of several of the cast members inside a dark home as they all looked up at a lit chandelier.

And in the next one Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson gazes up as he clutches a hanging rope made of sheets.

Intriguing post: On Wednesday the streaming giant took to Instagram to upload a 'photo dump' for the viewing pleasure of its 29.5 million followers

Intriguing post: On Wednesday the streaming giant took to Instagram to upload a ‘photo dump’ for the viewing pleasure of its 29.5 million followers

Familiar faces: The slideshow included outtakes peppered with series regulars

Familiar faces: The slideshow included outtakes peppered with series regulars

The carousel was captioned, ‘STRANGER THINGS SEASON 4 DUMP,’ with a single camera emoji.

It received more than 227,000 likes within the first hour it was posted as fans excitedly joined in the comments to speculate about the upcoming season.

Included in the enticing teaser was a photo of Winona Ryder and Harbor bundled up in a snowy landscape as they looked into the distance.

It was followed by a shot of a scene with Gaten and his costars looking at a device as they crouched and hovered around a bed.

Slideshow: The carousel was captioned, 'STRANGER THINGS SEASON 4 DUMP,' with a single camera emoji

Slideshow: The carousel was captioned, ‘STRANGER THINGS SEASON 4 DUMP,’ with a single camera emoji

Highly-anticipated: The post received more than 227,000 likes within the first hour it was posted as fans excitedly joined in the comments to speculate about the upcoming season

Highly-anticipated: The post received more than 227,000 likes within the first hour it was posted as fans excitedly joined in the comments to speculate about the upcoming season

No context: There was a shot of a scene with Gaten and his costars looking at a device as they crouched and hovered around a bed

No context: There was a shot of a scene with Gaten and his costars looking at a device as they crouched and hovered around a bed

Netflix’s Twitter account also posted tweet versions of the teaser, in three separate parts.

There was a grid of four shots included in each of the posts, making for a total of 12 new visuals for fans to gawk at – two more than Instagram’s limit allowed.

A month after Stranger Things started production on Season 4 in February 2020, it was suspended due to the escalating coronavirus pandemic. It resumed in September.

Created by Matt and Ross Duffer, Stranger Things is produced by Monkey Massacre Productions & 21 Laps Entertainment. The executive producer / director is Shawn Levy.

Timeline: A month after Stranger Things started production on Season 4 in February 2020, it was suspended due to the escalating coronavirus pandemic;  it resumed in September

Timeline: A month after Stranger Things started production on Season 4 in February 2020, it was suspended due to the escalating coronavirus pandemic; it resumed in September

Scoop: An early season four trailer showed that Harbor's character Hopper has returned

Scoop: An early season four trailer showed that Harbor’s character Hopper has returned

Last month it was revealed that the beloved show will come to an end after season five.

The announcement about the hit show was released on the streaming giant’s official Twitter account, and an official poster for the new set of episodes was also shared.

It was stated that the first part of the series’ fourth season would make its debut on May 27th while its second would premiere on July 1st, and it was also confirmed that its fifth season would be its last.

Series creators Matt and Ross Duffer also released an open letter where they discussed their hopes and aspirations for the upcoming run of episodes.

The showrunners also confirmed that, while Stranger Things’ fourth season would be the show’s longest as of yet, it would also serve as the show’s penultimate release.

Cross-platform: Netflix's Twitter account also posted tweet versions of the teaser, in three separate parts

Cross-platform: Netflix’s Twitter account also posted tweet versions of the teaser, in three separate parts

More content: There was a grid of four shots included in each of the posts, making for a total of 12 new visuals for fans to gawk at - two more than Instagram's limit allowed

More content: There was a grid of four shots included in each of the posts, making for a total of 12 new visuals for fans to gawk at – two more than Instagram’s limit allowed

The two began: ‘With nine scripts, over eight-hundred pages, almost two years of filming, thousands of visual effects shots, and a runtime nearly twice the length of any previous season, Stranger Things 4 was the most challenging season yet.’

They added that the new run of episodes was’ also the most rewarding one. Everyone involved is incredibly proud of the results, and we can’t wait to share it with you. ‘

The Duffers then stated that ‘due to the unprecedented length’ of the new season, which will be ‘bigger than ever,’ it would be split into two parts.

Excited!  Fans on Twitter quickly boosted the tweets with retweets and likes

Excited! Fans on Twitter quickly boosted the tweets with retweets and likes

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