No more waiting for signs of life in Stranger Things. More than a year after the series premiere of the series, Netflix finally announced through its official Twitter and Instagram accounts that shooting for the series’ fourth season has resumed.
Due to the new coronavirus pandemic and social isolation rules, Stranger Things had postponed the start of filming indefinitely. The news only made fans more concerned about the series’ fourth season, which was finally filmed.
Netflix posted the same image on Twitter and Instagram, but with different messages. On Twitter he wrote “today in Hawkins”, referring to the city where the show takes place. Already on Instagram was the post with a caption that said “meanwhile in the upside-down world”.
The interaction didn’t stop there! Another official streaming platform account responded with: “This tweet is very strange, maybe even … STRANGE THAN YOU THINK”.
The 4th Season of Stranger Things
With a finale full of goodbyes and kills, the series’ third season left a lot of questions for fans. The main question from the public so far is, is Hooper alive? If so, where did it end up?
SyFy revealed a possible message hidden in the image posted by Netflix. The clapperboard has numbers 8.19 and 79, which may refer to the date August 19, 1979, when the Soviets returned to Earth from space travel.