Take a deep breath: There Strange things episode 7 ending is not, you know, The End. We promise. Get a page from Ozark Playbook, Netflix’s Excitingly Anticipated Horror Series Strange things is extending its fourth season into two parts — sorry, mass-which means fans will have to wait a little longer for the final, we-mean-me-me-this-this-time, final ending.
Perhaps even more confusingly, the seasonal division is not correct. Episode 1, as of May 27, has seven episodes, but episode 2 will only have two. But each of those two episodes will, as one Jason Bateman once said, “Super Size”—Prefer feature films to traditional television. (We can all pay attention after the credits roll and debate whether “TV is more like a movie” is really an idea.) When Netflix tries to squeeze some juice out. from our cash cow, here’s what we know about the next chapter.
When will season 4 episode 2 come out?
Okay, so don’t shoot the messenger, but it will be an agonizing wait. The final two episodes are slated to air at 12 a.m. PST on July 1, just in time for a July 4th weekend of fun. Bad news: Five weeks from the 27th. May to July 1 will pass slowly. Good news: More time for theory!
How long will episode 2 be? How many episodes?
Prepare for a, er, extend drunk. Episode 2 may consist of only two episodes, but each has its own unique length: Episode 8 runs for 1 hour and 25 minutes, while the final episode is 2 hours and 30 minutes. So not as long as Batmanbut still really long!
Wait, so how does this work again?
Let’s break it down simply. The following episodes premiere at the same time on May 27:
- Episode 1: “Chapter One: Hell Fire Club” (run 1 hour 16 minutes)
- Episode 2: “Chapter Two: The Curse of Vecna” (run 1 hour 15 minutes)
- Episode 3: “Chapter 3: Monsters and Superheroes” (run 1 hour 3 minutes)
- Episode 4: “Chapter Four: Dear Billy” (run 1 hour 17 minutes)
- Episode 5: “Chapter 5: Project Nina” (run 1 hour 14 minutes)
- Episode 6: “Chapter Six: The Diving” (1 hour 13 minutes run)
- Episode 7: “Chapter Seven: Massacre at Hawkins Lab” (run 1 hour 39 minutes)
And then the remaining episodes will premiere at the same time on July 1st:
- Episode 8: “Chapter 8: Papa” (run 1 hour 25 minutes)
- Episode 9: “Chapter Nine: Carrying My Wife” (2 hours 30 minutes)
Why do this to us??
Apparently, the Duffer brothers — the masterminds behind Strange things—Feels like it’s under warranty. “Episode 7 is as big as any season finale we’ve had, so it makes sense for everyone involved to split there,” they said. Diversity in a joint email interview. “Episode 7 really served as the finale of the second act — and we felt that our final act had enough bones to make Episode 2”
On why the split was warranted in the first place: “When we started flipping the episodes, people started to feel this was too big to be released in one batch — at almost 13 o’clock, it was. really two parts more than one. We discussed different release options with Ted [Sarandos, Netflix’s CEO]and right from the start, he suggested splitting the episodes into two, which would allow us to split the season while remaining true to Netflix’s infatuation model. ”
In other words, blame Ted Sarandos!
Will season 5 also be split?
Unclear. Every TVLinePeter Friedlander, the head of Netflix’s scripted series for the US and Canada, told industry members that season 5 will be released in the same binge-watching format as its Netflix compatriots — meaning is that most, if not all, episodes will drop immediately—But there’s a chance the final season could be “staged” like season 4.
“When you see something like a season associated with Strange thingsThis is our effort to ensure that we can introduce programs to members faster,” said Friedlander.
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