November 6 marks Stranger Things Day since its premiere on Netflix.
Last Updated: 02.39 AM, Nov 07, 2022
To top off Stranger Things Day, the official Stranger Things Twitter account revealed the script cover and episode title for the first episode of the last season. "Chapter One: The Crawl" is the title of Stranger Things' first episode of season five. In keeping with tradition, the fifth season's first episode was written by Matt and Ross Duffer, the show's founders. According to the title that was just announced, the first episode will be called "Chapter One," just like it was in previous seasons. "The Vanishing of Will Byers," "MADMAX," "Suzie, Do You Copy?" and "The Hellfire Club" from Season 4 are a few examples of previous premiere episodes.
Without any backstory, "The Crawl" is less clear than the episodes that came before it and doesn't tell us much about the Season 5 premiere's story. The fifth and final episode of the Stranger Things series is well underway, with writing beginning back in August. Even though the Duffer Brothers and the rest of the show's creative team have kept all major plot points for Season 5 a secret, we know that when the show comes back, things will move at 100 miles per hour from the start.
After Stranger Things came back to Netflix this summer and did well, Collider met with the Duffer Brothers to talk about what to expect from the show's last season. They discovered that Season 5 will take place mainly in Hawkins and the town's Upside Down mirror realm after Season 4 took viewers to places like California and Russia. The specifics of the Upside Down are also anticipated to be revealed in the final episodes, according to Ross Duffer, who stated that the big discoveries that are coming in Season 5 are truly about the Upside Down itself.
It's anticipated that production on Stranger Things Season 5 will start in 2023. Even though there hasn't been an official date set for Season 5, it's likely to come out in 2024 or later. Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo, Natalia Dyer, Maya Hawke, Joe Keery, Charlie Heaton, Cara Buono, Priah Ferguson, Jamie Campbell Bower are some of the actors who appear in the series. Even though it hasn't been decided if any of these actors will come back, Joseph Quinn, Matthew Modine, Eduardo Franco, Gabriella Pizzolo, Amybeth McNulty, and Paul Reiser all showed up in Season 4.
Netflix currently has Stranger Things seasons 1–4 accessible to stream.