Stranger Things 5 won’t take as long to make as Season 4, and the Duffers are almost ready to start work on the ending.
The Duffer Brothers promised fans won’t wait too long for season 5 of stranger things, and it looks like they’re keeping their word after announcing that they plan to write the final season next month. As for the actual plot of the fifth season, the Duffers already have things planned, which would suggest that actually writing the scripts shouldn’t take them too long.
After bringing stranger things 4 to a dramatic ending with two feature-length episodes, the Duffers will look to complete the Upside-Down story with another set of new episodes. After seemingly defeating the show’s “big bad” there’s some question as to exactly where the show can go next, but it seems the Duffers have no such worries as they prepare for the final one. stage. Ross Duffer told Collider:
“We are going to take a short vacation in July, then we will come back. I know the writer’s room is going to start this first week of August.
Although this is good news, it means that it will probably be at least two years before we see stranger things come back to pay off on that Season 4 cliffhanger ending. Depending on the exact length of the final season, there could be a significant amount of filming to complete next year. With the special effects for this season’s finale only completed hours before it premieres on Netflix, there will clearly be plenty of visuals to work on for what is sure to be a spectacular series finale.
Will be stranger things Season 5 A jump in time?
A small bone of contention with the latest episodes of stranger things was how much older the young cast looks despite only a few months between the events of the third and fourth seasons. With this in mind, it has been said that there will be a time jump at the start of the final season. However, given where the last episode ended, would a time jump work? The Duffers previously commented that for the show’s first three seasons, they mostly worked as they went. This time there was always a plan for the current season and the next one too. They said:
“We had all the scripts before we started filming, so we could look at the whole thing as a whole. And we have described all five. So it’s really four and five or like of a piece, and that was due to the six-month hiatus that we had due to the pandemic. So we usually don’t have that much time. It usually feels like the train is rolling down the rails and Ross, me, and our writers are just running the rail as we go, once we’re halfway through the season. And for the very first time ever, we got to look at it comprehensively, not just season four, but also season five.