Stranger Things interrupted filming due to coronavirus but Netflix has revealed a new announcement about the future of its original series.
Because of the COVID, there have huge shutdowns over the movie and entertainment industry. But “Stranger Things” will immediately proceed with the production for the fourth season, as described by the Hollywood Reporter.
The characters of “Stranger Things” said making would tentatively start on September 17 in Georgia. Filming for season four started on January 7, 2020, and was formerly programmed to wind up on August 5.
Among the coronavirus pandemic, production for the season was discontinued in March. At that time, “Stranger Things” was reported two episodes on film. Basically, the season launch was supposed to be in 2020.
The season, which has eight episodes (a narrative unit within a larger dramatic work or documentary production) has now been postponed until 2021, and the first episode is titled “The Hellfire Club”.
Here is everything we know regarding the fourth season.
While “Stranger Things” was renewed for the fourth season last September, a teaser announced that the show would extend its world. The clip finished with the statements: “We are no longer at Hawkins.”
Also, by the end of the third season, the Byers and Eleven family, who have at least momentarily lost their telekinetic powers, were pulling away from Hawkins. Hopper was also assumed to be dead, although a cliffhanger alluded to an “American” in a Russian reformatory camp.
On February 14, a trailer showed that Hopper was the “American” and was still very much alive, albeit far from Hawkins working in a Russian prison camp.
Three more teens join the main cast of Stranger Things, according to What’s on Netflix, and the Starcourt Mall, a major stage in Season 3, will see a comeback.