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‘Stranger Things’ season 5 release date halted due to writer’s strike

Stranger Things season 5 release date has been halted: Stranger Things is one of the most popular and beloved series in the world. The excitement for the fifth season of the series is growing among the fans, and they are waiting to see when it will premiere. There’s bad news for viewers, though: Since the start of the writers’ strike in Hollywood, the filmmakers have subsequently halted the release date. With its fantastic visuals, outstanding performances, tight script and direction, Netflix’s flagship horror sci-fi drama has been able to appeal to a wide range of audiences.

Production of all late-night talk shows was effectively halted when the Writers Guild of America (WGA) recently went on strike. In addition, it affected several television programs. One of them could be the Netflix series.

Work on the fifth season of Netflix’s most popular series, Stranger Things, has been halted due to a writers’ strike. The show’s creators, Matt and Ross Duffer, posted this information on Twitter.

The tweet read: “Duffers here. The writing doesn’t stop when shooting begins. While we’re excited to begin production with our incredible cast and crew, it’s not possible during this strike. We hope that a fair deal can be reached soon so we can all get back to work. Until then, over and out. #wgastrong”.

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Outside studios in Los Angeles, tens of thousands of authors have been picketing, marching and chanting protest signs. After negotiations between the WGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) broke down, the strike was called.

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‘Stranger Things’ Season Five Release Date Halted Due To The Writer’s Strike

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