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Stranger Things Director Shares Behind-the-Scenes Look at Season 4

Shawn Levy, who served as an executive producer and director on the fourth season of Stranger Things, recently took to social media to share some behind-the-scenes looks from the filming of the season.

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In a string of tweets over the past week, Levy shared a variety of images from his time behind the scenes of the series, including several shots from the two episodes he directed, “Chapter Three: The Monster and the Superhero,” and the now fan-favorite “Chapter Four: Dear Billy.” The photos feature a wide variety of cast members, including most of the younger cast from the series, but also feature Winona Ryder and David Harbour as well.

Check out the behind-the-scenes photos below:

The series currently stars Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Joe Keery, Charlie Heaton, Sadie Sink, Maya Hawke, Priah Ferguson, Cara Buono, and Brett Gelman.

Season 4 also introduces a number of new characters including Nightmare on Elm Street star Robert Englund as Victor Creel, Jamie Campbell Bower as Peter Ballard, Eduardo Franco as Argyle, Joseph Quinn as Eddie Munson, Sherman Augustus as Lt. Colonel Sullivan, Mason Dye as Jason Carver, Nikola Djuricko as Yuri, Tom Wlaschiha as Dmitri, Myles Truitt as Patrick, Regina Ting Chen as Ms. Kelly, and Grace Van Dien as Chrissy. Anne with an E star Amybeth McNulty has also been cast for the key role of Vickie.

RELATED: Stranger Things Season 4 Sets New Netflix Viewership Record

Recently, Stranger Things Season 4 set a record for Netflix, having been viewed for more than 287 million hours during the week of May 23-30. That’s not only good enough for the top spot of the week for Netflix, but it’s also more than enough to break the record for the streaming platform’s biggest-ever premiere weekend for an English-language series, which was previously held by Season 2 of Bridgerton (193m hours).

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