Beast hit on Netflix Weird things Production of its fifth and final season was delayed due to the ongoing writers’ strike by the Writer’s Guild of America.
In a show of solidarity with the WGA, the creators and showrunners, Matt and Ross Duffer, also known as the Duffer Brothers, have announced the cessation of work on the show. tweet who is in Charge Weird things Writers room account, saying, “The Duffers are here. The writing doesn’t stop when shooting begins. While we’re excited to start production with our amazing cast and crew, that’s just not possible during this strike. Hopefully a fair deal can be reached soon so we can all get back to work.” .Until then – over and over again. #wgastrong “
according to Hollywood ReporterSources on the Netflix side have confirmed that production has been halted and will be pushed to an unspecified date, likely once the strike is lifted. Although they’ve temporarily shut down the long-running sci-fi series to air, the Duffer Brothers haven’t shared any updates regarding a proposed spin-off of the show or the recently announced animated spin-off.
Weird things Season 4, which premieres in 2022 in two installments, helped the Netflix series become the most-streamed TV show in the past year. Despite its recent peak in popularity and huge pay rise for the final season, star David Harbor agreed in February that it was “definitely time” for the show to wrap up.
Beyond Weird things With the fifth season delayed, the writers’ strike disrupted the schedules of many late night shows as well Saturday Night Live. For details on the WGA strike, see the explanation here.
Duffers here. Writing doesn’t stop when you start shooting. While we are excited to begin production with our amazing cast and crew, that is not possible during this strike. We hope a fair deal can be reached soon so we can all get back to work. Until then – again and again. #retweet
– Strangerwriters May 6, 2023