A fire broke out at a Netflix studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the Stranger Things season 4 cast and crew are currently filming. The long-awaited next instalment of the hit Netflix show has been afflicted by delays.
Stranger Things season 4 originally began filming in early 2020, and after a month of principal photography, the set was forced to close due to COVID-19. Filming resumed in late September 2020 and has since continued, with fans eagerly predicting any updates on the season.
Stranger Things season 3 debuted over two years ago, leaving fans on the edge of their seats with a slew of cliffhangers. Hopper, who was initially thought to be dead, was discovered to be in a Russian prison camp, a plot that will be central to Stranger Things’ fourth season.
Will, Eleven, and the Byers family had also left Hawkins, Indiana at the end of the previous season, hoping to get away from the small town’s horrors. One thing is certain: the Upside Down and the various threats confronting the core group of young friends are far from defeated, and they will almost certainly get worse in season 4, as the cast and crew have teased that the next entry will be scarier, bigger, and all around better.
Fire Broke In Stranger things shooting location
A recent fire at a Netflix studio in New Mexico, on the other hand, was not on the agenda. According to Newsweek, a fire broke out at an Albuquerque filming location early on August 4th. Stranger Things’ cast and crew are currently filming at the studio.
It’s unclear whether the fire was caused by the show’s filming or if it was unrelated to the ongoing production. Furthermore, no civilians or firefighters were injured as a result of the incident.
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Fortunately, and perhaps most importantly, no one was injured in the fire. As a result, it’s unlikely that they were filming at the time of the fire. With Stranger Things season 4 announcements coming up, it’s likely that Netflix or the cast and crew will provide an update soon. When the season is finally released, viewers may even get a sense of where it came from.