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‘Stranger Things’ to film scenes for season four in New Mexico

This is the first time the show will film beyond Atlanta.

ATLANTA — The cast of the hit Netflix series “Stranger Things” is going on the road. 

According to reports from Deadline, scenes in the show’s upcoming fourth season will be filmed in New Mexico.

During a fireside chat on “Deadline’s Hot Spot: New Mexico,” Patty Whitcher, vice president of Physical Production at Netflix revealed this is the first time the show will film beyond Atlanta.

Deadline reports the stakes are higher for the fourth season of “Stranger Things” because Netflix has expanded in New Mexico and has state of the art facilities that “lent themselves to the story”.

But Mexico, isn’t the only travel spilled from the upcoming fourth season, fans were shocked to see the character Hopper, who was presumed dead during the finale of season 3 appear in a teaser in a Russian training camp.

Last week, the cast of “Stranger Things” offered a glimpse of their reunion in Atlanta.

While the cast couldn’t reveal too much about “ST4,” they teased the excitement with a retro-inspired look at their first table read.

Cast mates Millie Bobbie Brown, Finn Woolard, Priah Ferguson, and Caleb McLaughlin all appear in the VHS-cassette montage of stars picking up scripts for the very first time.

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