The full trailer for the second part of Stranger Things season four has dropped – check it out:
The second batch, consisting of just two episodes, is set to land on Netflix on 1 July.
Although there’s just two episodes this time around, one of them is a whopping two hours and 19 minutes long.
Fans were left with quite a major cliffhanger at the end of volume one of season four – so as you can imagine, the trailer drop has got Stranger Things fans very excited, with one commenting: “Netflix I’m supposed to be studying instead I’m on my floor crying how could you do this to me?"
Another said: “Can it come now! I’ve been running up this hill for too long!”
While someone else wrote: “I cannot cope. I feel like Dustin is shouting Eddie's name in this and it makes me so scared. WHY ISN'T IT JULY 1ST YET?!”
The latest season has been the darkest yet, and judging by this new trailer that trend is set to continue as we wrap up the fourth season.
In fact, star Noah Schnapp – who plays Will Byers in the series – has teased multiple deaths.
Appearing on The Tonight Show, he said: "You can expect from Volume Two, we've got some deaths coming, some gore, and a big..."
The actor was quickly interrupted by host Jimmy Fallon who replied: "Wow, that's a big spoiler. Dude, you just said something that you can't say!"
To which Schnapp quickly fired back: "No but I didn't say who!"
This isn’t the first time Schnapp has let slip that there’s a death on the cards for season four; during an interview with his co-star Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven, he appeared to allude to the fact that a major cast member could have their card marked.
Brown told The Wrap: "I am scared to vocalise anything that I want, because it always turns into ‘Millie Bobby Brown’ demands this storyline.
"I’m just going to say I trust the Duffer Brothers and their creative process."
She added: “We’re all afraid of one of us dying.”
At this point that Schnapp chipped in: "One of us will die. Or more. The cast is so big."
Volume one of Stranger Things season four is streaming on Netflix right now, while volume two will land on 1 July.