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The legendary Stranger Things has resumed filming season four after being delayed by the pandemic.
meanwhile in the upside down... pic.twitter.com/BtPlMjy0pS
- Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) October 1, 2020
The Netflix show uploaded a picture of a snap board in the foreground and an eerie-looking background.
Accompanying the picture was the caption: "meanwhile in the upside down..."
When the Stranger Things writer's Twitter account asked 'are you tellin me what I think you're tellin me?' the official show's account replied: "absolutely correct."
Joe Keery, who plays Steve Harrington in the show, claimed the fourth instalment is much more sinister than any that have come before.
Speaking to Total Film, the 28-year-old said fans are in for a treat when it eventually hits screens.
The actor said: "I think that this year - and I know I say this every single year - but this is definitely going to be a lot scarier than prior years, because last year was pretty dark."
He added: "Oh man, it's pretty amazing - the Duffer brothers have really done it again."
The trailer for the upcoming season landed earlier this year, clearing up one of the biggest mysteries surrounding Jim Hopper (played by David Harbour) - whether he was dead or not, following an ambiguous cliffhanger at the end of season three.
Well, it looks like he's definitely alive and is the 'prisoner' referred to at the end of the last season.
Speaking at Liverpool Comic Con, the 45-year-old revealed that the new series will delve deeper into his past.
He said: "There are these three things that we've established in the season that if we don't pay off, it means that they're bad writers. And the Duffer Brothers are very good writers.
"So I know specifically that in season four we will give you a big, huge reveal about Hopper's backstory."
Now all we need to do is wait for a release date.