The Duffer Brothers have revealed that Stranger Things Season 4 is back for production. The creators previously teased possible restoration dates from September. After a long hiatus, production is back on track. Filming began in February but was stopped a month later.
What can we expect from Stranger Things season 4?
The show’s producers, The Duffer Brothers, released photos from the set with the caption, “Meanwhile Reversed …”.
Netflix updated Stranger Things in September 2019. A year later in which the series was selected for renewal, the cast and crew members are now actively involved in production. The shooting is taking place in Atlanta and the team is following security protocols.
The interval period brought by the coronovirus epidemic was used, but the team to prepare the script for the coming season. The writers of Stranger Things revealed this via a tweet and wrote in the caption: “The Complete Season”. It was revealed with a picture of the script.
While filming has resumed, Netflix has not released a release date for season 4 of Stranger Things. So far, the series is expected to be released in 2021.
“Game of Thrones” star Tom Valsachiha is officially cast for Stranger Things Season 4. He is best known for his role as ‘Faceless Man’ Jaquen Echghar in Game of Thrones. Tom is chosen as a mysterious Russian soldier. And, details of his role are yet to be revealed.
Pran Ferguson has been promoted as a regular performer for the fourth season. She is playing the role of Lucas’ sister Erica.
Flibag star Brett Gelman has also been upgraded as a regular cast member of the series. This confirmation was released in March 2020. The jailman is hired as a private investigator, Murai Beuman.
From the first day of shooting, a poster was featured on the official Twitter account of Stranger Things. The poster has the slogan “Support your tigers !!” It has been written on and suggests that there will be a possible pep rally in season 4 that could include the Hawkins crew.
Watch the teaser trailer for Stranger Things season 4 here
The fourth season trailer suggests a revival of the hopper. David Harbor played Jim Hopper and his character was presumed dead by the end of season 3
But the teaser trailer released on February 14, 2020 brings him back and he is seen in Russia. The trailer is titled “From Russia with Love”.
The first three seasons of Stranger Things are available for streaming on Netflix.