Stranger Things, which debuted in 2016, is still one of Netflix’s most popular series to date, and the last season to date was unveiled in 2019, so it’s no wonder fans are already sitting on needles waiting for a sequel. However, the start of filming of the new episodes coincided with the spread of the coronavirus epidemic; due to the closures, work had to be stopped several times, plus director Shawn Levy said they wanted to shoot the most ambitious season to date, so we’ll have to wait until 2022 to get back to Hawkins. Recently, however, Noah Schnapp, who formed Will Byers, revealed that filming was over, and he said the creators were still working on a new preview!
“We ended up shooting pretty much last week. So yes, that was it. It’s like we’ve been shouting since time immemorial, but now we’re finally done. The others are still working on a new entertainer, ”he said. The first (almost) accurate preview of the fourth season, in which the returning Hopper, Nancy, Lucas, Steve, Dustin, Max, and Robin, among others, also ran in August, so slowly it will be time for Levy’s to do a little more. Also, show what awaits us next year.
Although not even crumbs of information about the sequel’s story have been leaked, David Harbor, who has formed Chief Hopper, has revealed that the “resurrection” of the character he plays will be similar to Gandalf’s return and added that the fourth season would already show what the series endgame.
— Stranger Things Spoilers (@SThingsSpoilers) September 13, 2021