Stranger Things season 4 begins filming in Atlanta and also reveals a set photo from Netflix’s most viewed series.
A few weeks later Netflix confirms season 4 of Stranger Things’ with the first teaser like “We’re not in Hawkins anymore.” This most viewed series already have a multi-year deal with creators The Duffer Brothers. Before the new season of Stranger Things’ season 3 finale, Jim Hopper (David Harbour) probably died in a lab explosion. But fans became suspicious about his fate. Because his body never shown and the post-credit scene showed the Russians have an American inside a military base.
Stranger Things 3 which dropped on July 4th, 2019. After this season Netflix shares on July 8 that some 40.7 million household accounts had watched part of season 3. However, they also noted that 18.2 million households had already finished all of season 3.
Does Jim Hopper die in Stranger Things?
The mystery surrounding Jim Hopper’s fate continues, but a behind-the-scenes photo has provided a new clue about the upcoming season. A fan whose family lives close to the set in Atlanta, USA shared with Reddit shows Hopper’s iconic police car at the Stranger Things set in Georgia, where they are currently filming the series.
In two other photos shares, the crew can be seen setting up around a number of other cars on the lot for next season. Netflix did not immediately respond to Chaospin’s request for comment on these set photos. We don’t know whats happened on season 4 but maybe we see Hopper in a few episodes with flashbacks.
Stranger Things 4 will be available in 2020. You can check out this series in the first three seasons here.
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