We have previously learned that Netflix has had a great time with Stranger Things announcements over Super Bowl weekend. Could that be the case again this year?
Let's first explain why the streamer has cherished the big game to the extent that they have. It's one of their greatest hits, and a good chunk of the show's audience is watching the big game every year. Also, it's so lucrative that it's practically feasible for them to pay for a 30-second or 1-minute segment during the broadcast. This is a strategy that we also anticipate them to employ again in the future.
Don't expect anything less from Stranger Things this year, especially as the fifth season begins.
What's the meaning of this? It's a lot to do with when the final season will begin production, either late spring or early summer, so we're barely nearing the point where there's anything to show, and there's virtually no way they could know that! We suppose that in theory, they could put together some sort of teaser with previous footage and label it with either "2024" or "2025," but what's the value in that right now?
If you don't see production on Stranger Things 5, you should definitely start a Stranger Things 5 push next year, which may be the best way to get things underway. This is Netflix's final chance to make money off this program as well.
Check out some more information on Stranger Things, including our February predictions.
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Jessica BunBun contributed to this article.