Fans are getting impatient and demanding more and more seasons of ‘Stranger Things’. Will the Duffer Brothers give in?
The last few days have been a treat for the fans of ‘Stranger Things’. Duffer Brothers dropped an electrifying teaser for the latest season. The mystery of Hopper’s death is finally resolved as we see him alive in the teaser. There are new theories, predictions, and many many questions raining all over the internet.
But, in the midst of all this buzz, there’s still a pressing demand that fans want the Duffer Brothers to fulfil. It is the demand for more seasons, and we think (and hope) that the showmakers give in to this demand by the fans.
- Is season 4 the last of ‘Stranger Things’ or will there be more?
- Why Duffer Brothers are planning to end ‘Stranger Things’ with season 4?
- Is season 4 split into two parts?
- Why are the fans confused?
Is season 4 the last of ‘Stranger Things’, or will there be more?
There has been a lot of speculations lately regarding the final season of ‘Stranger Things’. While fans of the show obviously want to see more seasons, the news that’s doing the round is that showmakers are planning on wrapping up the show.
There are potentially only a few updates regarding the final season of ‘Stranger Things’, and none of them shows any hopes, whatsoever, regarding the possibility of the show running after season 4.
Now, we already know that season 4 of ‘Stranger Things’ is confirmed and is being filmed. But fans are curious to know if ‘Stranger Things 4’ will be the end of the show, or will there be more seasons beyond it!
Why Duffer Brothers are planning to end ‘Stranger Things’ with Season 4?
‘Stranger Things’ is one of the prime shows on Netflix, and it has a humongous fan following since it premiered in 2016. There have been rumours to suggest a possible season 5, but there’s no confirmed news about it yet.
In an interview with “Entertainment Weekly”, Shawn Levy, the executive producer of the show, said, “Hearts were heard breaking in Netflix headquarters when the Brothers made four seasons sound like an official end”, he continued, “I was suddenly getting phone calls from our actors’ agents. The truth is we’re definitely going four seasons and there’s very much the possibility of a fifth. Beyond that, it becomes, I think, very unlikely”.
One of the reasons which contribute to ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 (or possibly season 5) being the final is the age of the actors. ‘Stranger Things’ was knitted around kids of Hawkins, and that served as the USP of the show. While making a show that revolves around young characters, the biggest concern for the makers remains the age of the child or teen actors.
Each year into production means considerable growth in the looks, physical body, voice, and personality of actors. Since the beginning of the show, all the actors have grown several years older, and continuing the show further will be a tough task for the makers.
Is season 4 split into 2 parts?
There have been reports that while initially, Netflix had planned on season 4 being the final season, they might have now decided to split season 4 into two parts. Now, this has confused many followers, as they are wondering if Netflix is planning on making a season 5.
However, sources have hinted that though the second part of ‘Stranger Things 4’ might get promoted as season 5, it will be a continuation of season 4’s storyline. It is, therefore, safe to say that season 4 might as well be the final season.
Why are the fans confused?
Makers of ‘Stranger Things’ have from time to time hinted towards the possibility of ‘Stranger Things 5’. Though now with the rumours of season 4 coming in two parts, fans are only left confused about the possibility of a season 5. Should these two parts be considered part of the same season, or two different seasons?
Will Duffer Brothers give in to the demand of the fans for more seasons? This question will remain unanswered until Duffer Brothers themselves make an announcement.
What do you people think? Do you want the show to continue beyond season 4? Let us know in the comments section below.
The article is written by – Saharsh W.S. Rathore