Stranger Things: Director Defines Why The Show Is Coming To An End After Five Seasons

Stranger Things: Director Defines Why The Show Is Coming To An End After Five Seasons

Like another show that debuted in 2016, Stranger Things is coming to an end after two seasons. Season four of the Netflix series will be divided into two parts. The first half premiered on May 27 and the second half on July 1, while the fifth and final season will hopefully premiere before the kids are in their late 30s. The early thirties? That is something that the CGI team can handle. However, being in your mid-to-late 30s is difficult. Trust me on this.

Shawn Levy, Stranger Things producer and director, explained to end the show in a recent ScreenRant interview. “We never liked to run on fumes, and we only wanted to tell the story that [creators Matt and Ross Duffer] saw and felt clear.” So it’s been evident for a long time that they know exactly where we’re going, and this is the arc. “We wouldn’t want to be here for a second longer than that vision & the clarity of that voice,” he said. “So, rather than concentrating on that sad day that will happen who knows when, the end of season five, I’ll just reaffirm what I’ve told everyone, which is that season four has been a long-ass wait.” Levy continued:

“I swear to God, the rest of the world will see it’s worth it.”

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