Stranger Things spoilers follow.
Stranger Things has teased trouble for fan-favourite character Eleven in the sci-fi show’s fourth season, as the first photos of Millie Bobby Brown on set emerge online.
In the snap below, the Enola Holmes actor can be seen lying on a stretcher as two paramedic-looking type men wheel her out of an undisclosed building.
One of the first responders appears to be holding an oxygen mask to the youngster’s face, so it seems safe to assume that Eleven was in some kind of perilous situation in a scene prior to the sequence that they were filming that day.
Despite there being no official word as to when season 4 will land on Netflix just yet, the streaming service unveiled a short teaser not long ago. It offered fans a glimpse at a bunch of surgical gown-wearing children living in a mysterious facility, much like the one Eleven was being held in towards the beginning of the first season.
It also hinted at the return of Matthew Modine’s Martin Brenner, the villainous scientist who raised Eleven and several other test subjects and was indirectly responsible for unleashing the dreaded demogorgons upon Hawkins, Indiana.
While the first two seasons of Stranger Things took place in autumn and winter, its third instalment – which saw Eleven and co stop a Mind Flayer-possessed Billy from taking over the town, while also thwarting a sinister Russian agency from re-opening the portal to the Upside Down – took place in the summer of 1985.
The chapter concluded with Eleven tagging along with Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) and sons Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) and Will (Noah Schnapp), as they moved away to start fresh in the wake of Jim Hopper’s supposed death.
It’s worth noting, though, that a teaser for the sci-fi horror’s fourth season has since confirmed that Hopper (David Harbour) is still alive and is being held captive in a Russian prison.
Stranger Things seasons 1-3 are now streaming on Netflix.