Fans of the hit show Stranger Things can’t wait for the fifth and final season to start. The show’s success was solidified when it was named 2022’s most-streamed TV series and overall program by Nielsen. Now, a new detail about the show has been revealed, as Noah Schnapp – one of its stars – shared an insight into the production of Stranger Things 5.
Fans of Stranger Things have been eagerly awaiting details on the fifth and final season of the hit show. Recently, Noah Schnapp – one of its stars – gave an update when asked by a fan if his schooling would conflict with the production of season 5. He said that he will finish school and begin shooting in May this year, so there won’t be any overlap.
It will be a long wait until fans get to see the final season of Stranger Things, as it is not expected to drop on Netflix until 2024. The Duffer Brothers – the show’s creators – have provided hints at what viewers can expect from the last trip to Hawkins, Indiana.
The Duffer Brothers have gone on record discussing the success and planning of each season of Stranger Things. In particular, they have stated that their preparation for Season 2 featured many more ideas than they could possibly use, and they have drawn from this vault to create the ending of Season 5. They also mentioned that a lot of what viewers will eventually see was originally intended for Season 2.
The second season of Stranger Things focused primarily on Will Byers (Noah Schnapp), showing his recovery from the time he spent in the Upside Down, and delved into Eleven’s mysterious past (Millie Bobby Brown). Season 4 further expanded on this with details about her life in Hawkins Laboratory. Committed fans of the series will no doubt recall these elements from previous seasons.
At the end of Season 4, fans of Stranger Things were left with the fateful conclusion that the Upside Down was beginning to breach into Hawkins, leaving our beloved characters facing the most formidable challenge ever. All four seasons are now available to watch on Netflix.