Stranger Things' Producer Provides Exciting Season 5 Update

Stranger Things' highly anticipated final season has already begun production. Shawn Levy, Stranger Things producer, says Season 5 is ready to begin production as soon as the SAG-AFTRA strike ends.

"I can tell you that we hope to begin filming as soon as possible." We must first resolve the actor's strike. "Since the writer's strike ended, the Duffers have been hard at work," Levy told The Wrap. 

He also mentioned Stranger Things: The First Shadow, the impending live stage play. 

"We're very busy on a number of fronts because our Stranger Things play is about to open in London." It's fantastic. It's f-king amazing."

The First Shadow will go back in time to when Hopper, Joyce, the Wheelers, and other iconic characters were the same age as Mike,

Dustin, Will, and Lucas. "It has exceeded all of our expectations," Levy said of the game. "We're very excited to share that with the rest of the world." Our actors and crew are pumped to get started. 

Not only do we need to get back to work because we have hundreds of crew people who have been unable to make a living since the strikes began, but we will be shooting very soon after the actor's strike ends."

Stranger Things' writing team began Season 5 scripting in August 2022, with the title of Episode 1 released as "The Crawl" two months later. Principal photography was scheduled to begin in May 2023.

The project, however, was pushed back owing to the Writers Guild of America strike. The WGA and AMPTP agreed to end the strike on September 25. 

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