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    Is ‘Stranger Things’ Final Season Going To Get Delayed Because Of Writers Strike?

    Stranger Things‘ is one of the most popular shows to come out of a streaming platform in recent times. Netflix’s flagship horror sci-fi show has been able to tap into all kinds of demographics with its great visuals, strong performances, tight writing, and direction.

    The Writers Guild of America (WGA) recently started their strike, which effectively halted the production of all the late-night talk shows. It also had an impact on several television shows. The Netflix series might be one of them. So let us take a look at all the developments in this story.

    Related: Why Hollywood Writers Are On Strike?

    ‘Stranger Things’ Season Five Production Stops Due To The Writer’s Strike

    Stranger Things poster
    Stranger Things poster

    Production of the fifth and final season of Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things‘ has been halted due to the ongoing writers’ strike. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show’s creators, Matt and Ross Duffer shared this news on Twitter.

    Duffers here. Writing does not stop when filming begins. While we’re excited to start production with our amazing cast and crew, it is not possible during this strike. We hope a fair deal is reached soon so we can all get back to work. Until then — over and out. #wgastrong,” they tweeted.

    All the late-night talk shows of Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, and others have gone off-air. Earlier, the shooting of the Apple comedy series ‘Loot’ also came to an abrupt halt.

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    Why Are The Writers On Strike?

    Writer's strike in Hollywood
    Writer’s strike in Hollywood

    In the first week of May, the Writers Guild of America (WGA) went on an indefinite strike over issues like better wages and job security. Earlier, talks between the WGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) did not work out.

    Over 11 thousand writers working for films and television have taken to the streets of Los Angeles. They have been holding placards, forming picket lines, and shouting slogans outside major studios.

    Writers have been demanding better salaries since the advent of streaming platforms affected their salaries. They also receive residuals and royalty amounts unequally compared to television.

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