Creators Strange things revealed one way they will fix the show for its final season.
Netflix released the first episode of the hit show’s fourth season, which will be its penultimate episode, in May, with the final two coming out earlier this month.
However, episodes keep viewers hooked with more episodes as most of them have epic running lengths.
While the episodes in the previous seasons ran for 50 minutes, the majority of seasons four lasted around an hour and 20 minutes – with the finale running for two hours and 20 minutes.
Reviews for the season have been mostly positive, but this hasn’t stopped fans from agreeing that each episode could have been shorter.
The show’s creators, Matt and Ross Duffer, seem to have acknowledged this, telling Mixed happiness and sadnessThat year’s season podcast will contain shorter episodes.
“The only reason we didn’t expect it to be this long, this season, if you look at it, it’s been a long haul of almost two hours before our kids are really caught up in a super mystery. course,” they said.
“You get to know them, you can see them in their lives, they’re struggling with adjusting to high school, etc., Steve is trying to find a date, all that. None of that is obviously going to happen [in season five].
They did, however, make much-needed confirmation of their plans to make the final premiere “one 2.5-hour episode”.
They added that the benefit of the long finale meant everything was already set when season five began, stating: “The characters are ready for action, they’ve got their goals and motivations, and I think that’s going to fix at least a couple of hours and make this season feel really different.
“I’m sure the process will take a lot longer to finish, it will Return of the king-ish with, like, 8 end end ”.
Millie Bobby Brown and Noah Schnapp, who played Eleven and Will, recently called out the program because of a common complaint regarding its treatment of characters. The Duffer Brothers fail at this criticism in the new podcast.
Meanwhile, it was revealed that Joseph Quinn, who plays the new character Eddie Munson, improvise one of the best lines of the season.
Strange things Now available to stream on Netflix. The final part is expected to be released in 2024.