Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is now visiting Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) and her family in California.

She's going about her daily routine, coping with school, bullying, and other adolescent drama, when odd things start to happen again.

Those thought to be killed in Season 3—Jim Hopper (David Harbour) is alive and working on an icy railroad in Russia with other inmates after helping to lock the gate between the real world and the Upside Down.

Stranger Things season 4 is due to premiere on Netflix this month, and we can't wait, given that the popular Netflix sci-fi hasn't aired new episodes in almost three years.

For the time being, we've compiled everything we know about Stranger Things season 4, from the confirmed cast to a dissection of the video we've seen thus far, right here.

The release date for Stranger Things season 4 has been revealed by Netflix. The first half of the new season will premiere on May 27, followed by the second half on July 1.

Why are there two different release dates? The showrunners, the Duffer brothers, stated in a statement that the next season is the most ambitious ever, which means it will take longer to complete than expected.

As a result, the episodes will be released in two instalments. "It'll be here shortly," the two said. "It's bigger than it's ever been."