The coronavirus pandemic had forced the movie and television industry into a standstill.
All the highly-anticipated releases scheduled for 2020 have been postponed and rescheduled in the wake of the outbreak.
Harper's Bazaar reported that "Stranger Things 4" is set to "tentatively" restart filming on September 17.
The production of the popular Netflix series was suspended in March earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A report said that the TV and film industry is slowly coming back to normal. Cast members have been shooting in Georgia, one of the states leading the restart of productions.
"Georgians want to get back to work and show that we can not only beat this virus but be leaders in this industry to encourage America to get back to work hopefully," John Rooker, the founder, and owner of Atlanta Metro Studios (AMS), filming location of HBO's "Watchmen," said.
The series' inevitable finale has already been discussed and established. Show creators Matt and Ross Duffer aka “the Duffer brothers” revealed that as fans await the fourth season of the series, they’ve “known the ending for a while.”
“The honest truth is we didn’t know if it would go beyond season 1, so we like the idea of season 1 that it could function basically as its own standalone piece, like almost as a limited series, but it had the potential to go beyond that. And if it were to go beyond that, we had an idea of where it would go. Yeah, and we have an ending in mind,” they told Deadline’s Pete Hammond during a virtual chat.
It’s been a year since fans enjoyed new episodes of the series, as season 3 dropped on July 4, 2019.
In early March, Netflix posted a joyous video of the cast reuniting for the season 3 table read.
And on Valentine’s Day, the streaming service revealed a first-look at the upcoming season that answered a major question raised by season 3's cliffhanger.