Stranger Things season 5
Exhale deeply: Stranger Things episode 7's conclusion was not, you know, The End. We'll keep our end of the bargain. If Netflix's eagerly anticipated thriller Stranger Things follows Ozark's lead, its fourth season will be split in half so fans can get their hands on the actual ending sooner rather than later.
Adding to the confusion is the fact that the seasonal split is skewed. There are seven episodes in the first volume, but only two in the second. However, these two episodes will be "super sized," in the words of Jason Bateman, and will be more in the style of feature films than regular television shows. There will be time after the credits to debate whether "television that's more like film" is actually an improvement. In an effort to get some juice out of its cash cow, here's what we know about the next chapter for Netflix.
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According To Uswhispers That, too, is contingent on the start date of filming for the season. The fourth season of the show was pushed back significantly due to the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, the anticipated release date of January 2021 has been postponed to 2022.
It has now been confirmed that Stranger Things 4's first season will premiere in May 2022, after filming was completed in August/September 2021.
We'll find out more when the fifth season begins production. Stranger Things 5 may not be released for at least 18 months. It's possible that it'll be even longer.
"There are still many exciting stories to tell within the world of Stranger Things; new mysteries, new adventures, new unexpected heroes," the Duffer brothers said in a statement regarding the future of the franchise and the season 4 release date.
"We're introducing new stuff, but we're also tightening and wrapping up in a certain direction," David Harbour said in an interview with Collider. When I'm done, I want the story to have a definite and clear ending that I can't talk about.