Stranger Things halts production on final season due to WGA strike

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waiting for the last season of stranger things, Well, you might have to a little longer.

Showrunners and producers Matt and Ross Duffer (aka The Duffer Brothers) announced on Twitter that production on the show would be put on hold until “a proper deal is done.”

Stranger Things (left to right) Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas, Sadie Sink as Max, Joe Keery as Steve, Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin in Stranger Things. Ten million. Courtesy of Netflix ©

Netflix Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas, Sadie Sink as Max, Joe Keery as Steve, Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin

“The writing doesn't stop when the filming starts,” Brothers wrote, “While we are excited to resume production with our amazing cast and crew, this has not been possible during this strike. We hope a fair deal is reached soon so we can all get back to work. Then Till – again and again.”

stranger things 4 premiered last May and became Most streamed shows of 2022with a fifth and final season originally planned for mid to late 2024.

After failing to reach an agreement between the WGA and the Alliance of Motion Pictures and Television Producers, Hollywood writers staged a strike on May 2 to demand fair pay like the multibillion-dollar studios. Netflix, disneyAnd warner brothers, This is the first Hollywood writer walkout in more than 15 years.

Although the strike has mainly affected late night shows Involved night LiveAnd most network TV shows have wrapped for the summer, with shows like kai, hacks, heistAnd evil Production has also stopped. On May 5, Marvel's blade became first tentpole film To be a victim of strike.

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