This turns out to be long overdue news, even for me as an avowed Stranger Things fan, but Netflix has officially announced that production of season 4 of the series has resumed. With the presentation of its financial results for the third quarter of 2020, the streaming giant has confirmed that it has resumed production of a large part of its content, including Stranger Things, which is one of the largest series on the platform.
“We’ve restarted production on some of our biggest titles, including season four of Stranger Things, the action film Red Notice (starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds) and season two of The Witcher. In total, around fifty projects have been relaunched, some of which had already filmed a large part “
Stranger Things season 4 production has resumed
However, the ad didn’t end there, which was revealed:
“While the course and impact of Covid-19 remains unpredictable, we confidently expect we will complete filming of an additional 150 productions by the end of the year.”
The company also ended up revealing that it has high expectations for the end of the year and that it hopes to cross the 200 million subscriber mark since it currently has around 195.15 million subscribers worldwide. , which means she expects to gain around 5 million new subscribers in just over 2 months … but I suspect that will only be possible if Covid-19 is in their favor.
For those who don’t watch the first Stranger Things season 4 teaser, here it is, From Russia With Love …
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