Stranger Things drops series 4 trailer as Eleven’s chilling history explored

It feels like a lifetime since fans had any new information about season four of Stranger Things, but a new trailer has just dropped with the latest from Hawkins.

Netflix shared the video this afternoon, and fans have been commenting in their thousands already.

Titled ‘Eleven, are you listening?’ the latest clip takes place in what looks like Hawkins National Laboratory.

A group of children in hospital gowns can be seen playing, chasing cars down a rainbow painted on the floor, and playing chess.

A magic eight ball says “signs point to yes” as a child laughs.

Another youngster is stacking cubes.

'Papa' enters and says good morning to the children, before telling them that he has "something very special planned" for them.

Heavy breathing can be heard as the camera pans down a corridor to a door marked “11”

A voice then asks “Eleven, are you listening?” before we see Eleven’s eyes opening suddenly.

More than 20,000 people have commented already on Instagram alone, with more than a million likes.

Fans have gone into a whirlwind of excitement.

“You better not hurt El!” said one.

“This is all I needed in life!” enthused another.

“That’s creepy! Give us a release date” pleaded one person.

Another added: "If the fourth season is going to have to do something with Eleven's past, yes I'm all ears and I would love to listen to what's going on with that."

Elsewhere, the fan theories are already starting, with people examining the video for the tiniest clue.

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At one point, counters fall on top of certain numbers.

Fans hope they’ll provide a clue, either for new characters or perhaps a release date.

Filming for the latest series was halted due to the pandemic, much to the disappointment of viewers around the world.

Production restarted earlier this year, and fans can’t wait to see what Mike, Eleven, Will, Lucas, and Dustin have been up to.

There’s no release date as yet, however Finn Wolfhard, who plays Mike Wheeler, said in a recent interview that the show was most likely to hit Netflix "some time next year".

Writers for the show posted a picture of a stack of scripts all the way back in June 2020.

Hopefully the wait won’t be too much longer for fans of the show.

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