Season 5 of Stranger Things was affected by the writers’ strike


The information was confirmed by the Duffer Brothers: production was postponed to support their colleagues. Know when they start again and when they release.

© NetflixMillie Bobby Brown in Stranger Things

Weird things It is undoubtedly one of the best Netflix series all over the world. With four seasons already available on the platform, it has been an unparalleled success, bringing its heroes to global fame. That is why thousands of fans are already waiting for the arrival of its fifth season.

The new version of Weird things It will be the last story to definitively conclude the story of the Hawkins boys. However, despite everything indicating that filming will begin this May, The Duffer Brothers confirmed that production has been affected and will be delayed.

Through his official Twitter profile, The Duffers announced that in support of striking screenwriters in the United States, they would no longer work on Weird thingsat least for now. “This is Duffers. The writing doesn’t stop when you start shooting.”They start saying.

Then they add: “While we are excited to begin production with our amazing cast and crew, that is not possible during this strike. We hope a deal can be reached soon and we can all get back to work. Until then, change and cut.”.

How does this decision change Stranger Things season 5?

The truth is that this news saddened the masses, other than the fact that the situation is understandable. This is because the premiere was expected sometime in 2024, but given that the delay is indefinite, it could launch until the end of next year or the beginning of 2025.

It should be noted that it is from the first season filming Weird things It takes between four and six months, while the post-production process takes at least another three months. This means that while it may be ready by 2024, everything will depend on when they resume work, which is not confirmed at the moment.

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