While Stranger Things fans have been excited about Season 4, a few noticed that they viewed the episodes as a bit excessively lengthy. What’s more, it seems like the makers of the Netflix show might well have the clue, as they have uncovered that the following season is set to have more limited portions. This is uplifting news for fans who attempted to stand by through the over two-hour Season 4 finale.
During an appearance on the podcast Happy Sad Confused, co-creator Matt Duffer said: “The only reason we don’t expect it to be as long is that if you look at it, it’s almost a two-hour ramp-up [in Season 4] before our kids really get drawn into the supernatural mystery.”
Speaking further on what viewers can anticipate from Season 5, he added: “For the first time ever, we don’t wrap things up at the end of [Season] 4, so it’s going to be moving pretty fast. Characters are already going to be in action.”
The most recent clump of episodes didn’t come modest to Netflix, either, as the streaming platform supposedly spent around $270,000,000 (£224 million) on them. A portion of this financial plan went towards the great special visualizations that were obvious in the episodes, and runtimes extended between 1 hour and 150 minutes for every section, which, normally, added to the cost.
Stranger Things Season 4 has broken viewership records, beating individual Netflix shows, for example, Bridgerton, which had a sum of 193 million hours during its Season 2 presentation end of the week in March. Stranger Things has grabbed hold of online entertainment conversations with images about the show overwhelming pretty much every edge of the web, and long may its rule proceed.