'Stranger Things' Season 4 Finally Resumes Filming
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The exciting news was teased on Netflix's Twitter on Thursday evening with a photo of a clapperboard from the set.
"Today in Hawkins..." said the streamer. At the same time, the show's official Twitter shared the same image with the words "Meanwhile in the upside down..."
While the gloomy photo doesn't give much away, it does show a grand clock in the background.
Meanwhile, to add further fuel to the fire, the Stranger Things Writer's Room account shared an image of a poster from inside inside Hawkins High School advertising a pep rally with the words "support your tigers!"
It's all very cryptic, but would you expect anything less from Stranger Things?
It all comes as show stars Natalia Dyer, Gaten Matarazzo and Sadie Sink were spotted in costume while filming in Atlanta. Eek!
The fourth instalment of the hit Netflix show had originally started production in February, though filming was suspended in mid-March due to the pandemic.
Fans have been desperate for Season 4 ever since the dramatic Season 3 ending, which saw Jim Hopper apparently closing The Upside Down to protect his adopted daughter Eleven from harm.
His body was never shown which led people to speculate that he was killed. However, it turns out Hopper did survive and can be seen in the trailer below:
In a statement, Netflix said that it was "not all good news" for Hopper, however. "He is imprisoned far from home in the snowy wasteland of Kamchatka, where he will face dangers both human... and other," they said.
"Meanwhile, back in the states, a new horror is beginning to surface, something long buried, something that connects everything...."
We can't wait to see how this all plays out and hopefully we aren't *too* far off getting it on our screens.
While the season was expected to air in July this year, we're hoping that the delays won't set us back too far.
Is early 2021 too hopeful?!