The beloved horror/ drama Stranger Things, produced by brothers Matt and Ross Duffer, will conclude with its upcoming fifth season. However, because Netflix plans to have several spinoffs of the program, the Narrative Universe of Hawkins and the Upside Down will not end. The first of these projects will be an anime with a Tokyo setting, according to the information posted on the What’s on Netflix website in recent hours.
There currently needs to be more details available about the new project. It has reportedly been in development for some time. The earliest speculations about the series surfaced in early 2021. The Spinoff will reportedly be 6 hours long. The website provided a logline:
“An encounter with the Upside Down evolves into a grand adventure for video game-loving twin brothers living on the outskirts of 1980s Tokyo.”
Stranger Things Tokyo still needs an anticipated release date, even though the project has been under contemplation since early 2021. When they extended their contract with Netflix through early 2022, the Duffer brothers hinted at the possibility of a spinoff earlier this year. According to Matt Duffer, interviewed for the Happy Sad Confused podcast, the spinoffs will be “100% different” from the original.