Stranger Things season five will be the last
Today (17), Netflix announced that the fourth season of “Stranger Things” will premiere on May 27. However, this new season has almost twice as many episodes as previous seasons. That’s why it will be split into two volumes, with the second wave of episodes being released on July 1st.
The news was also announced on Netflix’s website and is accompanied by a letter from the “Duffer Brothers”, the creators of the series. In addition to explaining that season four will last nearly twice as long compared to previous seasons, the creative duo also revealed that season five of “Stranger Things” will be its last.
Fans are eagerly awaiting the series’ return after a nearly three-year hiatus. Some time ago, we learned about the episode titles of the fourth season through a small teaser.
About Stranger Things 4
Check out the season four synopsis:
“Six months after the Battle of Starcourt, which left a trail of terror and destruction in Hawkins, our group of friends part for the first time – and high school turmoil makes things even more difficult. In this moment of vulnerability, a new, even more, terrifying supernatural threat emerges, bringing a great mystery that could be the key to ending the horrors of the Upside Down.”
Netflix says of the series that “Since its 2016 debut, Stranger Things has become a global phenomenon and has garnered more than 65 awards and 175 nominations, including awards such as Emmy, Golden Globe, Grammy, SAG, DGA, PGA, WGA, BAFTA, Peabody Award, AFI Program of the Year, People’s Choice Awards, MTV Movie & TV Awards, Teen Choice Awards and many more.
With three Emmy nominations for Outstanding Drama Series, Stranger Things is one of the most-watched titles on Netflix. With 582 million viewing hours, season 3 was the second most-watched English-language series on Netflix’s Top 10.
Season 2 ranked 10th with 427 million viewing hours. Stranger Things was created by the Duffer Brothers and produced by Monkey Massacre Productions and 21 Laps Entertainment. The series is executive produced by the Duffer Brothers, with collaboration from Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen of 21 Laps Entertainment and Iain Paterson.”
The first three seasons of Stranger Things are available on Netflix.