Stranger Things Season 5: The Episode’s Title and Script Cover Have Been Revealed for the Finale

Fans, this is it! The script cover and episode title for the series Stranger Things Season 5 final season premiere has been unveiled by the official Stranger Things account on Twitter to top off Stranger Things Day celebrations.

As is customary, the opening episode of Season 5 of Stranger Things will be written by series creators Matt and Ross Duffer and will be named “Chapter One: The Crawl.” The opening episode will have that “Chapter One” modifier before the title, much like in prior seasons, according to the recently announced title.

Without any background, “The Crawl” feels more ambiguous than its predecessors, including “The Vanishing of Will Byers,” “MADMAX,” “Suzie, Do You Copy?” and Season 4’s “The Hellfire Club,” and it reveals very little about the Season 5 premiere’s storyline. The fifth and final episode of the Stranger Things series is well underway, with writing beginning back in August.

We know that we’ll be moving “100 miles an hour from the beginning” when the series returns, despite the Duffer Brothers and the rest of the creative team on the show keeping all significant plot aspects for Season 5 a secret. Collider’s own Steve Weintraub met with the Duffer Brothers after Stranger Things made a successful return on Netflix this summer to discuss what to anticipate from the show’s concluding season.


We discovered that Season 5 will mainly take place in Hawkins and the town’s Upside Down mirror realm after Season 4 took viewers to places like California and Russia. The specifics of the Upside Down are also anticipated to be revealed in the final episodes, according to Ross Duffer, who stated that “the big discoveries that are coming in Season 5 are truly about the Upside Down itself.”

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Season 5 of Stranger Things production information

It’s anticipated that production on Stranger Things Season 5 will start in 2023. While the release date of Season 5 has not yet been officially announced, it is most likely to occur in 2024 or later. Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo, Natalia Dyer, Maya Hawke, Joe Keery, Charlie Heaton, Cara Buono, Priah Ferguson, Jamie Campbell Bower are some of the actors who appear in the series.

Although it has not been confirmed whether any of these performers will return, Season 4 also included appearances from Joseph Quinn, Matthew Modine, Eduardo Franco, Gabriella Pizzolo, Amybeth McNulty, and Paul Reiser.


Netflix currently has Stranger Things seasons 1-4 accessible to stream. You may test your knowledge of Stranger Things with Megan Thee Stallion’s superfan trivia below while we wait for further information about Season 5.

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