By Roxy Simons For Mailonline
Published: 15:31 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 15:31 GMT, 8 January 2020
Production on Stranger Things' fourth season will allegedly begin in Lithuania.
According to a report from Charles Murphy on Tuesday, filming will take place in similar locations to HBO's hit show Chernobyl.
The founder of Murphy's Multiverse claimed the show will be using a prison as part of their set, while they'll also film in and around the same spots used for the Golden Globe-winning miniseries.
We're not in Hawkins anymore: Stranger Things season four 'will begin production in Lithuania with filming set to take place in the same locations as Chernobyl', it was reported on Tuesday
He also claimed that the cameras will begin to roll on the Netflix season's hotly-anticipated return in the next few weeks.
It is unclear how long the crew will film in Lithuania, but it is believed that the scenes filmed there will relate to the show's season three plot twist ending.
This could mean that David Harbour's character Jim Hopper has actually been taken captive following the dramatic end of the season that saw him disappear.
Claims: According to a report from Charles Murphy, the show will use a prison as part of their set, and will film in and around the same spots used for the award-winning drama (pictured)
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