“Ideally, we should have shot this season 5 in the wake of season 4. But it was simply impossible to achieve!”
The countdown has started for Stranger Things. The end is fast approaching. Season 5 will be the last and the stress is mounting at the Duffers:
“I’m not sure we’re ready to announce a filming start date yet… But a lot of the season is pretty much mapped out” tease the two creative brothers at TVLine. “We learn a lot every time we do a new season. We learned a lot working with all of our new and old actors, so I’m sure the contours will change between now and filming…”
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One aspect of season 5, however, already seems firmly rooted in their heads: to stick to the young actors in the cast who have really grown since season 3, we will have to speed up time in Hawkins: “We are already almost certain that we will make a jump in time in season 5. Ideally, we should have shot this season 5 in the wake of season 4. But it was simply impossible to achieve!
How many years ? Two or three years? Or more, what would take the series out of its oh-so-iconic 80s setting?
“That’s the kind of discussion we’re going to have with the writers, when we start writing the scripts. Because, believe it or not, we’re still working on Season 4. We’re trying to finish the last two episodes. , but they are so huge…”
Hurry up. Volume 2 Season 4 of Stranger Things is scheduled for July 1. And then the Duffers and their teams will therefore dive into Season 5.”The end is the hardest thing to achieve. This is obviously the most stressful thing. We really want to successfully land the series!”