The Stranger Things final season shoot delayed due to strike.
After the original “Stranger Things” concludes, fans can expect an animated series set in the “Stranger Things” world, which is set to be produced by the Duffer brothers, Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen.
The animated series is the latest ‘Stranger Things’ offshoot to stem from the Duffers’ Upside Down Pictures banner, which is based with a rich overall deal at Netflix.
In addition to the upcoming fifth and final season of the original series, the siblings recently announced a London stage show, Stranger Things: The First Shadow, and have another untitled live-action spinoff of the flagship series in the works.
The post read, “Duffers here. Writing does not stop when filming begins. While we’re excited to start production with our amazing cast and crew, it is not possible during this strike.” “We hope a fair deal is reached soon so we can all get back to work.
Until then over and out. #wgastrong” As the most streamed series of 2022, Stranger Things now joins a growing group of Netflix series, such as Big Mouth and Cobra Kai, facing delays and production pauses amid the ongoing writers’ strike.
The Duffers issued a statement from the Stranger Writers Twitter account, which has offered Stranger Things fans a glimpse into the series’ writers’ room over the years, reported Variety.
Writing on the fifth and final season commenced in August 2022, shortly after the fourth season premiered.
The shoot of the final season of Netflix original ‘Stranger Things’ has halted due to the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike.
The series co-creators and co-showrunners Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer, known as the Duffer brothers, shared a statement to announce it.