Noah Schnapp shares filming update on Stranger Things Season 5

Stranger Things Season 5: Latest filming update by Noah Schnapp
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It seems like the wait for the fifth season of Stranger Things is interminable, right? Sadly, this wait will go on much longer than we had hoped because a new season of Stranger Things in 2023 seems a bit far-fetched as of now. 

On the brighter side of things, at least we don’t have to wait for the fifth season as long as we did for the fourth season. In a past interview with Variety, the Duffer Brothers confirmed that the wait for the fifth season will be shorter. 

Be that as it may, I think we can continue waiting one more year as the creators of the show provide crumbs of information related to the upcoming installment of supernatural horror fiction. That being said, we have compiled here some of the latest crumbs of information released so far only for you. 

When can we expect Stranger Things season 5 to arrive on Netflix?

Stranger Things Season 5 is not coming to Netflix in 2023
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As previously mentioned, Stranger Things season 5 won’t be hitting the Netflix library in 2023 at all. Netflix Life reasons out the delay in the release date of the fifth and unfortunately, the final season by saying that “a show this big takes a long time to produce, plus the stars are all booked and busy with other projects.”

Unlike season 4, the fifth season of Stranger Things won’t face any interruptions caused by COVID-19. As a result, the final season will premiere on Netflix sometime in 2024. A summer release, presumably, in May and July of 2024 is what we are looking forward to considering the previous releases of the seasons. 

In a conversation with GQ, Stranger Things star David Harbour speculated that season 5 will mostly come out in mid-2024, which seems like a concrete prediction at this time.

What is the production status of Stranger Things Season 5?

Stranger Things Season 5 is not coming to Netflix in November

According to a tweet from the Stranger Things writers’ account, the fifth season began its writing process on August 2, 2022. Not only that, but on November 7, 2022, which was touted as Stranger Things Day 2022, the season 5 episode 1 chapter name was revealed: “Chapter One: The Crawl.” Therefore, it seems that the final season of the show is still in the writing process.

But not anymore, thanks to actor Noah Schnapp and his affinity for using TikTok. While the actor was lying on the social media app, he decided to answer some of his fans’ questions. One of the fans asked him whether his school timings would interfere with the filming process of the fifth season. Schnapp responded that the school won’t be an issue since the school will be finished in May and that’s when the production of the fifth season will start. 

As per the Production Weekly Issue 1326 released on December 1st, we had a hunch that the filming of Stranger Things season 5 will begin in mid-May 2023. Now, thanks to Noah Schanpp, we have received our confirmation. 

Based on the production listing, we know that the filming will continue in Atlanta, Georgia as per the previous seasons. Additionally, Production Weekly also mentions that the production will take place at EUE/Screen Gems Studio Atlanta Studio, the studio which in use since Stranger Things season 1. 

What can we expect from Stranger Things season 5?

Stranger Things Season 5 is not coming to Netflix in November

*Spoiler alert*

At the time of writing, we are quite uncertain about the tangent that season 5 will supposedly take, however, the Duffer Brothers have teased some plot points that we can expect in the upcoming season. In a conversation with SFX, Matt Duffer talked about the conclusion of the whole series. He said:

“We know what the ending is…It’s conceivable that it changes but I think it’s unlikely because it’s one of those endings that just feels, and has always felt, right. It also feels sort of inevitable. Then when you come up with it, you’re like, ‘Oh yeah well, that is absolutely what it has to be.’”

Stranger Things Season 5 is not coming to Netflix in November

In season 4 we see that every group, in Nevada, Indiana, and Russia, has unconsciously teamed up to defeat Vecna. It concludes with Robin, Steve, and Nancy conflagrating the defenseless physical form in the Upside Down. At the same time, Mike and Will try to dunk Eleven in a makeshift sensory deprivation tank, Will, towards the end of episode 9, realizes that Vecna is not defeated yet.

In conversation with Collider, the showrunners unraveled the “primary focus” of season 5: Will, as the final episodes “circle back to season one.” Matt said, “We’re starting to see his coming of age, really, which has been challenging for a number of reasons; some of which are supernatural. But you’re starting to see him come into his own.”

Who are the cast members of Stranger Things Season 5?

Stranger Things Season 5 is not coming to Netflix in November
Credit: Netflix

The following list includes all the expected cast members to return in Stranger Things season 5:

  • Milly Bobby Brown as Eleven / Jane Hopper
  • Jamie Campbell Bower as Peter / 001 / Henry / Vecna
  • Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler
  • Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson
  • Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas Sinclair
  • Noach Schnapp as Will Byers
  • Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers
  • Charlie Heaton as Jonathan Byers
  • David Harbour as Jim Hopper
  • Sadie Sink as Max Mayfield
  • Natalia Dyer as Nancy Wheeler
  • Joe Keery as Steve Harington
  • Maya Hawke as Robin Buckley
  • Brett Gelman as Murray
  • Pirah Ferguson as Erica Sinclair
  • Eduardo Franco as Argyle
  • Cara Buono as Karen Wheeler
  • Joe Chrest as Ted Wheeler
  • Amybeth McNulty as Vickie

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