Stranger Things season 4 may be over, but it looks like the fans have much to look forward to. The Duffer Brothers are currently working on expanding the series’ universe with other projects they have lined up, including a spinoff series and a stage play that will be set in the world of the series.
The Duffer Brothers, the creators of Stranger Things, have announced that they are currently working on a Stranger Things spinoff series, though they have yet to disclose details on the show’s plot. The series will be produced by the brothers’ production company Upside Down Pictures and 21 Laps. The spinoff is based on the Duffers’ original idea, and the brothers have previously stated that the show will not concentrate on characters such as Eleven or Steve Harrington.
In addition to the spinoff series, a stage play set within the world and mythology of “Stranger Things” is also in the works. It will be produced by Sonia Friedman, Stephen Daldry, and Netflix. Daldry will be the director, and Kate Trefry will be the writer. 21 Laps will also serve as the associate producer for the said stage play.
Stranger Things season 4 premiered its first seven episodes on May 27, and the season’s last two episodes were aired last July 1. The show has recently become the most popular English-language series on a popular streaming service, reaching over 1.15 billion hours in total viewership.
The Duffer Brothers aren’t focusing solely on Stranger Things, though. They’re also working on a live-action TV series adaptation of the popular Japanese manga and anime series Death Note, which has previously been given a live-action adaptation in 2017. They also have a series adaptation lined up for the novel The Talisman by Stephen King and Peter Straub. The brothers are also set to produce a series created by Jeffrey Addiss and Will Matthews, the creators of the fantasy series Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.
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