Eleven is in danger behind the scenes of Stranger Things 4

Stranger Things is one of many shows that got delayed thanks to the pandemic, but filming on the fourth season is underway and hopefully it’ll arrive sooner rather than later. We already have a few teasers, after all, including one that indicates we’ll be spending time in the laboratory where Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) developed her powers:

It’s thanks to the experiments performed on an innocent Eleven that a portal to the Upside Down was opened in the first place, which has led to all kinds of creepy crawlies making their way into the sleepy town of Hawkins, Indiana over the last three seasons. Whatever happens in season 4, Eleven will be a big part of it.

She’ll also be in some danger. Stop reading here if you don’t want to be exposed to SPOILERS.

Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) hauled away by EMTs on the Stranger Things set

Page Six has obtained some images from behind the scenes of Stranger Things season 4. We won’t actually post them here in cast Netflix’s lawyers are on the case, but they show paramedics carting Eleven away on a stretcher. According to the publication, the paramedics haul her out of a burning building. There are Hawkins police and firefighters on the scene, as well.

So clearly something big goes down in this scene, although we don’t know exactly what. When last we left Eleven at the end of season 3, she’d lost her telekinetic powers. Might they come back and somehow cause the fire in the building? Or is she being attacked by someone else, either monsters from the Upside Down or her old handlers working for the vile Dr. Brenner (Matthew Modine), who returns in that teaser trailer above?

We won’t know for sure until Stranger Things 4 drops on Netflix…or we get more detailed behind-the-scenes pics. Look for season 4 sometime in 2022.

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