More details have been emerged about a possible Stranger Things spin-off, and they point to the fact that the series’s success is making it to animation.
In a report posted on Dec. 23 which revealed that they had been informed that a spin-off idea currently being developed for the Stranger Things series is a tense one. The series will be set in Japan and have a focal point of two film-game-loving twin brothers who live in Tokyo. Through some unknown circumstances, they will take contact with the Upside, and they should find a way to cope with the danger this presents to them and their house.
The series would play the first Stranger Things spin-off and it’s going to run for about six hours. It isn’t obvious though that this series would be a worldwide release, and that a bit farther along as it came to shooting, scriptwriting, etc. All what On Netflix heard was that it was in development for a long time.
The news comes after the Duffer brothers discussed their spin-off plans for the series on the Happy Sad Confused podcast. I spent time on that show and said that spin-offs would be 1,000 per cent different from the core series and could have radical change in the way they approach telling stories within the Stranger Things universe.
It also comes as the principal Stranger Things series progresses towards its conclusion. The series fourth season ended up ending with the fifth and final season, and the brothers confirmed that the series would be ending with its final season.
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