‘Stranger Things’ Fans Furious Over News of Unexpected Season Five Episode: Fans of Stranger Things, get up! Twitter is in ruins due to the showrunners’ recent teasing of additional season 5 news. With a movie-length finale, the fourth season of the Netflix original series was set up for an epic conclusion, featuring electric guitar shredding by Eddie Munson from Metallica and a brain-powered clash between Eleven and Vecna. The Duffer Brothers have already stated that season 5 won’t be as long as the last one, so at least we know how many episodes to anticipate.
The showrunners just disclosed where they are in the process of writing the fifth and final season, which is a bittersweet ending. The official Stranger Things authors recently tweeted a picture of a giant dry-erase board with the phrase, “Grid Stage.” It displayed an outline of boxes with eight columns, each with a title for a different episode.
Twitter was used to import this content. On their website, you might be able to discover the same material in a different format or more details. It was enough to enrage Stranger Things fans to see it. Many started spinning a furious web of questions right once and voiced their opinions in the Twitter comments section while expressing various emotions. Unexpectedly, the Stranger Things creators chimed in with the following cryptic comment: “Not a time jump. Twitter was used to import this content.
On their website, you might be able to discover the same material in a different format or more details. People have good reason to be frustrated. A record-breaking nine episodes were produced for Season 4, including a finale that was twice as long as usual. Unfortunately, instead of the nine episodes from the previous season, it appears as if everything will unfold over eight episodes. Matt Duffer clarified the length of the last season to The Hollywood Reporter on August 13.
Not a time jump. Does it mean anything? 🤔
— stranger writers (@strangerwriters) August 25, 2022
He told the publication, “I don’t think the runtimes will be as extreme in season 5.” “With a larger scale and scope, we’re attempting to return to the simplicity of the structure in season 1.” As Matt already pointed out, the fact that there is no set timeframe for the streaming show is our last hope for an extended conclusion. He told the website, “You’re not beholden to ads in the way that television used to be. It doesn’t have to be 45 minutes; you may make it as short or as long as you like.