Stranger Things set pictures have been leaked to pacify the show’s passionate following until their requests for a fourth season are granted. Since Netflix published season 2 in 2016, the Duffer Brothers‘ sci-fi horror binge-watch has attracted massive attention with its visually beautiful narrative of government-produced, child-eating monsters.
Season 1 depicts a group of middle-school boys, together with their older siblings and parents, who live in a remote town in the 1980s that is haunted by a strange supernatural force.
Following the first season’s incredible success, Netflix has struggled to keep up with audience demand for increasingly odd things, as each succeeding season has failed to fulfil fans’ intense hunger for ’80s nostalgia. Seasons 2 and 3 were released in their entirety in 2017 and 2019, respectively, elaborating on the supernatural danger established in season 1 while also appreciating the style and culture of the time.
Stranger Things Season 4 was officially confirmed in September 2019, although the Duffer Brothers had already started producing it.
Season production began in February 2020, but was halted due to COVID, and resumed in September of that year. Filming continues in Lithuania and Atlanta, Georgia, with frequent updates from the set averting a fan uprising that appears increasingly probable as a premiere date approaches.
Shooting On The Way
Stranger Things News, a fan account, recently tweeted new set photographs obtained by Christopher Oquendo showing cast members filming an outside scene. Joe Keery (Steve Harrington), Natalia Dyer (Nancy Byers), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin Henderson), Maya Hawke (Robin Buckley), and Sadie Sink (Maxine “Max” Mayfield) are seen in a forested location getting into a car.
The performers are all photographed in Rome, Georgia, with masked cameramen filming. Here’s the tweet, complete with photos:
Stranger Things season 3 concludes with the gang facing Hawkins’ latest Big Bad, the Mind Flayer. Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) closes the entrance to the Upside Down while sacrificing Jim Hopper (David Harbour), who is thought to be dead by everyone but the Demogorgon in a Russian jail.