‘Stranger Things’ producers say final season has tone of Season 1 but scale of Season 4
- The Duffer Brothers teased what to expect from the final season of “Stranger Things.”
- They explained that the final chapter of the show will be a mix of season one and season four.
- The creators also joked that they made Netflix executives cry with their pitch for the season.
“Stranger Things” quickly became a pop culture phenomenon when it debuted on Netflix in 2016, and six years later, the Duffer brothers are gearing up for a final fifth season.
eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and the Hawkins gang have faced several threats from the nightmarish realm of the Upside Down over the years. but season four introduces the big bad, Vecna (Jamie Campbell-Bower), who has been manipulating things since before the series began, and Last season is over Sees him breaking down the wall between Hawkins and the Upside Down, which means a bigger battle is on the horizon.
The show’s creators, the Duffer Brothers, recently teased what to expect from the hit show’s final episodes while speaking at an event in Los Angeles last week (via The Hollywood Reporter) the pair explained that it would have the tone of the first season, matching the scale and scope of season four.
Ross Duffer said: “I think what we’re trying to do is go back to the beginning a little bit [season] One, but according to the scale it is more in line with what it is [season] Hopefully four, it’s got a little bit of everything.”
The showrunner also gave that explanation “Stranger Things” Season Five Each previous season will clearly have some track as a way to pay homage to the series as a whole.
He called it “the end of all the seasons,” so it’s got a little bit of each, where each season before was so distinct — three, it’s our summer blockbuster season with our big monster; Four were psychological horrors.”
Ross Duffer noted that they had “quite a bit more to complain about”, before noting that they got a lot of character arcs to pay off in the end.
He said: “A lot of these characters have been growing since the first season so it’s a balancing act between giving them time to complete their character arcs and tying up loose ends and making our final reveal.”
Meanwhile, Matt Duffer joked that they were able to get Netflix executives emotional during pitch meetings for the final season.
He said: “We’ve got our executives crying, which I feel is a good sign that these executives are crying. I’ve only seen them cry in budget meetings.”
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