Stranger Things 5 the first teaser trailer has just been released
The news appeared out of thin air. Netflix recently released the first teaser trailer of the final and fifth season Stranger Things.
It’s been a good year since the fourth season of Stranger Things drew to a close, and what an incredible episode it turned out to be. The show may be disqualified as the most watched Netflix show over the years yet our memories of it remain.
It was a great time to watch those runtimes for each episode and the iconic Eddie’s guitar scenes, Sadie Sink killing it, the revival of Kate Bush’s “Running up That Hill’ the “Chrissy wake up” joke … Oh It was an amazing summer. With the current Writers Guild of America (WGA) as well as Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA) strikes, perhaps we weren’t expecting any news about season 5 for a long time, but a teaser has dropped into the laps.The teaser was published via the official Stranger Things Twitter account.
The first episode will be titled “Chapter One The Crawl The Crawl’. Now we get to see Scoops Ahoy – – the famous ice cream shop in which Steve and Robin were both employed – totally ruined. It was destroyed by Spider Monster back in season three. The rubble is where there is a Robin’s “You Suck the Sign’ along with the remnants of the original Scoops Ahoy sign.
What’s the meaning behind it all? It’s hard not to notice those flashing lights across the Scoops Ahoy sign. Are there any meanings to the sequence in which the lights flash? Do I have to be being a Taylor Swift fan who reads to much into the smallest small of things? The account both teased and teased followers. “It means something sweet is coming,” they wrote..
Do not expect the fifth season to appear out of the blue. The filming schedule was set to kick in June 2023, but strikes prevented it from taking place. They’ve also revealed that the fifth season will be the biggest project yet for the series. For the sake of being clear, there’s no way to know exactly when the WGA and SAG AFTRA strikes come to an end, However, there’s a good chance that the next time we’ll be seeing Stranger Things return to our screens is later in 2024 or likely in 2025.