Stranger Things, Netflix announces the animated spin-off

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Stranger Things is about to return with a new season on Netflix, but while waiting for the grand finale of the beloved science fiction TV series between the real world and Upside Down, the streaming platform has confirmed the creation of an animated series inspired by the adventure of Eleven, Will, Mike and the Their friends. Almost all details about the project are being kept under wraps, aside from the fact that the creators will be Eric Robles and Flying Bark Productions. Robles previously created the animated series Random! Cartoons, Fanboy & Chum Chum And Glitch Tech. Upside Down Pictures and 21 Laps are currently in talks with Netflix.

Stranger Things it becomes a cartoon

“We have always dreamed of an animation of Stranger Things following in the wake of the Saturday morning cartoons we grew up loving, and seeing this dream come true was absolutely thrilling,” the Duffer brothers said in a statement. “We couldn’t be more amazed by what Eric Robles and his team have come up with. : The scripts and artwork are amazing and we can’t wait to share more with you!The adventure continues…”. Stranger Things has proven to be a global hit and one of Netflix’s most popular original series since its debut in 2016. It has been renewed for a fifth and final season which is expected to arrive in 2024.

The future of Stranger Things

Netflix has announced plans for a live-action spinoff series and stage show by Stranger Things. No details are available on the live-action spinoff, though the Duffers have previously said it won’t focus on characters like Eleven or Steve Harrington. It was revealed in March 2023 that the play would take place in Hawkins in 1959 and debut in London’s West End. The Duffers are also working on a live-action TV version of the Japanese manga and anime series death Note. The series was previously adapted into a live-action Netflix film in 2017. They are also working on a series adaptation of the book by Stephen King and Peter Straub The Talisman along with Amblin Entertainment and Paramount Television’s Steven Spielberg.