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More details have surfaced about a possible Stranger Things spin-off, and they suggest the series will make the jump to animation.
In A report from What’s On Netflix on December 23It has been revealed that they have been informed that a spin-off idea currently in development for the Stranger Things series will be an anime. The series would be set in Japan and would revolve around two video game loving twin brothers living on the outskirts of Tokyo, Japan. Through circumstances yet unknown, they will come into contact with the Upside Down and must find a way to deal with the threat this poses to them and their home.
The series would serve as the first Stranger Things spin-off and is currently estimated to run around six hours. Beyond that, however, it is not known when this series will be released worldwide or how far the series has progressed in terms of filming, screenwriting, etc. All Netflix heard was that it had been in development “for quite some time.”
The news comes after the Duffer Brothers discussed the Happy Sad Confused Podcast about their spin-off plans for the series. During their time on the show, they said that spin-offs are “1,000 percent” different from the core series and would mark a drastic shift in their approach to storytelling in the Stranger Things universe.
It also comes as the core Stranger Things series draws closer to its conclusion. The show’s fourth season presented what appears to be the show’s final antagonist, and the Duffer brothers confirmed that the show would end with its fifth and final season.
Stranger Things is currently available exclusively on Netflix. For more on the series, check out one of the related articles below, or check out some of our guides on topics like Who Dies in Season 4 and whether or not Season 5 will have a time warp.
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