On Monday, Netflix announced that they've greenlit a fourth season of the nostalgia-soaked sci-fi show Stranger Things, which shouldn't come as a surprise to fans after it smashed in-house records for the streaming giant in July, racking up over 40 million viewings from household accounts in less than a week.
The show broke the news on social media with a short clip that includes the series' logo alongside its pulsing theme song, now affixed with a 4. However, in the clip, the red credit begins to rot, as if it's in the Upside Down. The teaser clip ends with an ominous message that subtly references The Wizard of Oz: "We're not in Hawkins anymore."
And that's not the end of the exciting news. Netflix also announced a multi-year film and series overall deal with the Duffer Brothers, who created the show, promising loads more content from the pair.