While the iconic Netflix series was delayed back in March due to COVID-19, production on Season 4 is tentatively set to resume September 28.
Rad news! While COVID-19 may have gotten The Batman down, it seems Stranger Things is ready to jump back into the Mind Flayer’s clutches. The Netflix series’ fourth season, which began production in February of this year and then promptly shut down in March, is tentatively set to resume filming in Georgia on September 28, according to Deadline.
Season 4 is set to pick up exactly where the third season ended: Eleven left Hawkins with Joyce, Will, and Jonathan, and Hopper supposedly perished in an efforts to shut down the Russian portal to Hell…I mean, the Upside Down. While much of the plot is still under wraps (we hope we get much, much more Scoops Ahoy goodness), the Duffer Brothers did reveal back in February that [SPOILER ALERT] Hopper is STILL ALIVE. Watch the teaser now to see the big surprise:
Back in August, The Duffer Brothers also squashed rumors that Season 4 would be the show’s last, given the child actors were growing up so quickly. This revelation appeared in a THR article that was promptly removed, but the AV Club reported the phrase “Season 4 won’t be the end” was attributed to Ross Duffer in the now missing piece. Looks like we may still have many demo dogs and creepy psychokinetic kids in our future. Let’s hope 2020 doesn’t throw us another curveball before then.