Stranger Things: Season 5 production start date revealed after delays

The protests of Hollywood actors have in fact inevitably slowed down the filming of the Netflix show as it was supposed to take place this May.

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Stranger Things is the recent television series created by brothers Matt and Ross Duffer (Hidden, Wayward Pines), probably one of the most important television creations of recent years. This work, which represented a real killer application for the Netflix streaming platform, somehow takes up, on a thematic and content level, the adventure films of the 80s, also adding horror tones. A truly successful mix that has achieved, among other things, the best in the last few seasons when the narrative of the title has grown considerably unlike the first ones where the story was still immature and had yet to take off. Unfortunately, however, we have almost reached Season 5, which will conclude the journey of the young boys from Hawkins.

Stranger Things arrived for the first time, with Season 1, in 2016

This journey, that of Season 5 of Stranger Things, has been slowed down more than once, recently due to protests from Hollywood actors given that, initially, the production of the new episodes of the series was supposed to begin in May 2023 but did not could because of these stops. Fortunately, however, as Deadline reports, there is news on the matter. In fact, it seems that filming should officially begin between 5 and 8 January 2023, according to some rumors. Clearly, we hope that there will be no further delays and that the production work will proceed quickly until the end.

We remind you that Stranger Things, in particular, debuted with Season 1 in 2016 with the production entrusted to Camp Hero Productions, 21 Laps Entertainment, Monkey Massacre, and the executive production of the Duffer brothers, Shawn Levy, Dan Cohen, Karl Gajdusek, Cindy Holland, Brian Wright, Matt Thunell and Iain Paterson with a cast made up, among others, of Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers, David Harbor as Jim Hopper, Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler, Millie Bobby Brown as the face to Eleven and many more.

Source: Deadline