Duffer Brothers Say ‘Stranger Things’ Ending Will Be Series’ Apex



The Duffer Brothers, creators of ‘Stranger Things’, reveal their plans for the fifth season. It’s still unclear what will be in the plot of the new year, but the writers of the series already know very well what they are preparing for the long-awaited finale.

According to Variety, the ending of “Stranger Things” will bring a bit of all the previous seasons. However, the goal would also be to “return to the beginning” of everything, when Will was gone.

“Season five, from our perspective, is kind of the culmination of all the seasons, so it has a bit of each. Part 3 is our big summer season with big monsters, and part 4 was psychological horror. I think what we’re trying to do is go back to the beginning a bit, in a kind of part 1 tone. But also, in terms of scale, it’s more in line with what Part 4 is. So hopefully there’s a bit of everything,” the writers said.

It was also revealed that the first episode of the fifth season, titled “The Crawl”, has already ended. And we can start to have high expectations, as Netflix executives apparently cried at the meeting where the overarching story map was presented.

“As important as the supernatural, we have so many characters now, most of whom are still alive. It’s important to conclude these arcs because many of these characters have grown since the first season. So it’s a balancing act between giving them time to finish their arcs and also ironing out those details and doing our final reveals.”

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The series was created by Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer, who previously revealed that they plan to end production in the fifth season.

In a small town, a group of children stumble upon a secret government experiment, which opens the portal to another dimension, called “the upside down”. The boys then begin their own investigations, which lead them to an extraordinary mystery involving supernatural forces and a very, very strange little girl.

The cast includes Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Cara Buono, Joe Keery, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink and Dacre Montgomery.

It is known that the new season of the Netflix series, “Stranger Things”, is one episode less than the 3rd season, but fans need not worry because, in terms of duration, it is much longer. than the third year. . .

In an interview with IGN, series co-creator Ross Duffer said Season 4 would be “about the size” of the previous one. For his part, director Shawn Levy has confirmed that several episodes of season 4 will be longer than some of his films.

“I released two movies around the time we were doing Season 4. We have several episodes longer than ‘Free Guy’ and ‘The Adam Project,'” Levy said.

Incidentally, the films cited by the showrunner are respectively 1:55 and 1:46. One of those episodes will be the last of the season, which will be over two hours long, according to The Wrap.

Regarding the length of the season, Ross Duffer explained that it gives the characters the opportunity to develop and have more screen time: “We talked about this very revealing season because there are a lot of things that we want to tell the public and reveal. in terms of the Upside Down and what’s really going on here in Hawkins.”

Recall that, according to the Wall Street Journal, the company spent $30 million per episode on the 4th season of ‘Stranger Things’, making it the most expensive television series production in history. I mean, it wasn’t cheap!

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