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Stranger Things will resume filming for season four in September

Stranger Things resumes the highly anticipated fourth series in September.

Bosses of the hit Netflix sci-fi drama confirmed that production will continue in Georgia, USA.

The state hopes to take the lead in bringing the film and TV industry back to life after the long hiatus imposed by the coronavirus pandemic.

Making a Return: Stranger Things resumes the highly anticipated fourth series in September

Making a Return: Stranger Things resumes the highly anticipated fourth series in September

The Stranger Things cast and crew have been told that filming is scheduled to begin September 17 The Hollywood Reporter.

But since the virus is currently showing little signs of slowing down in the US, this date can be pushed back.

John Rooker, owner of Atlanta Metro Studios, said, “Georgians want to get back to work and show that not only can we beat this virus, but we are leaders in this industry hopefully to encourage America to get back to work. ‘

What's in store: Stranger Things creators The Duffer Brothers (above January 19) shared the series 4 teaser trailer in February

What's in store: Stranger Things creators The Duffer Brothers (above January 19) shared the series 4 teaser trailer in February

What’s in store: Stranger Things creators The Duffer Brothers (above January 19) shared the series 4 teaser trailer in February

The show’s stunt coordinator, Hiro Koda, also revealed that social detachment could make the signature action scenes much harder to film.

He told ComicAs for social distance, we can separate ourselves and work in and out of the set in waves, instead of everyone on the set at once. That is easier to control.

“Everyone can wear masks and gloves and whatever, but the actors can’t, they have to take off the masks. They must be in close contact. ‘

Alive and ... not so good: David Harbor returns for season four of the hit Netflix show

Alive and ... not so good: David Harbor returns for season four of the hit Netflix show

Alive and … not so good: David Harbor returns for season four of the hit Netflix show

Season four has yet to reveal a release date, but the creators of the shows, the Duffer Brothers, have teased the title of episode one: The Hellfire Club.

In March, David Harbor, 45, revealed that season four would be coming to Netflix in early 2021.

The TV star, who plays Hawkins police chief Jim Hopper in the series, took part in an Instagram Live Q&A and said:[Season four was] should be out early next year, I don’t think I have authority over this. ‘

Details: The 45-year-old actor said in March that the fourth series was shown on Netflix in early 2021

Details: The 45-year-old actor said in March that the fourth series was shown on Netflix in early 2021

Details: The 45-year-old actor said in March that the fourth series was shown on Netflix in early 2021

The Black Widow actor added that, like many other TV and movie productions, the season four premiere of the show is “ likely to be pushed back ” due to the current health crisis.

Created by the Duffer Brothers, the science fiction series premiered on Netflix in July 2016.

The show is about a fictional city called Hawkins, Indiana in the 1980s; season one focused on a young boy’s disappearance and investigation as the city settles supernatural events.

David also stars in the series alongside He stars alongside Millie Bobbie Brown, Winona Ryder, Gaten Matarazzo, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton and Caleb McLaughlin.

He's Back: It was recently announced that actor Brett Gelman, who plays journalist and became conspiracy theorist Murray Bauman, has been promoted to a series of regular

He's Back: It was recently announced that actor Brett Gelman, who plays journalist and became conspiracy theorist Murray Bauman, has been promoted to a series of regular

He’s Back: It was recently announced that actor Brett Gelman, who plays journalist and became conspiracy theorist Murray Bauman, has been promoted to a series of regular

Recently, it was announced that actor Brett Gelman, who plays a journalist, became conspiracy theorist Murray Bauman, was promoted to a series regular, according to Deadline.

The 43-year-old actor, known for his role in Fleabag, made his debut in season two in the series.

The character had a more prominent role in season three; his series regular status begins with season four.

Normal: The 43-year-old actor, known for his role in Fleabag, debuted in the series in season two and had a more prominent role in season three

Normal: The 43-year-old actor, known for his role in Fleabag, debuted in the series in season two and had a more prominent role in season three

Normal: The 43-year-old actor, known for his role in Fleabag, debuted in the series in season two and had a more prominent role in season three

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