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However, due to changes at Warner Bros. The brothers were mentored by Shyamalan during the episode's production, so that when they finished, they felt they were ready to produce their own television series.
The Duffer Brothers prepared a script [ when? They subsequently invited the Duffer Brothers to their office and purchased the rights for the series, giving full authorship of it to the brothers.
After reading the pilot, the streaming service Netflix purchased the whole season for an undisclosed amount;  the series was subsequently announced for a planned release by Netflix in early April The series was originally known as Montauk.
Montauk figured into a number of real world conspiracy theories involving secret government experiments. The brothers started by using a copy of Stephen King's Firestarter novel to consider the title's font and appearance, and came up with a long list of potential alternatives.
Stranger Things came about as it sounded similar to another King novel, Needful Things , though Matt noted they still had a "lot of heated arguments" over this final title.
To pitch the series, the Duffer Brothers showcased images, footage and music from classic s and s films such as E. The idea of Stranger Things started with how the brothers felt they could take the concept of the film Prisoners , detailing the moral struggles a father goes through when his daughter is kidnapped, and expand it out over eight or so hours in a serialized television approach.
As they focused on the missing child aspect of the story, they wanted to introduce the idea of "childlike sensibilities" they could offer, and toyed around with the idea of a monster that could consume humans.
The brothers thought the combination of these things "was the best thing ever". To introduce this monster into the narrative, they considered "bizarre experiments we had read about taking place in the Cold War" such as Project MKUltra , which gave a way to ground the monster's existence in science rather than something spiritual.
This also helped them to decide on using as the time period, as it was a year before the film Red Dawn came out, which focused on Cold War paranoia.
With Netflix as the platform, the Duffer Brothers were not limited to a typical episode format, opting for the eight-episode approach.
They had been concerned that a episode season on broadcast television would be difficult to "tell a cinematic story" with that many episodes.
Eight episodes allowed them to give time to characterization in addition to narrative development; if they had less time available, they would have had to remain committed to telling a horror film as soon as the monster was introduced and abandon the characterization.
Regarding writing for the children characters of the series, the Duffer Brothers considered themselves as outcasts from other students while in high school and thus found it easy to write for Mike and his friends, and particularly for Barb.
In June , it was announced that Winona Ryder and David Harbour had joined the series as Joyce and as the unnamed chief of police, respectively.
Ryder praised that the show's multiple storylines required her to act for Joyce as "she's out of her mind, but she's actually kind of onto something", and that the producers had faith she could pull off the difficult role.
Actors auditioning for the children roles read lines from Stand by Me. They noted that Wolfhard was already "a movie buff" of the films from the s period and easily filled the role, while they found Matarazzo's audition to be much more authentic than most of the other audition tapes, and selected him after a single viewing of his audition tape.
The casting of the young actors for Will and his friends had been done just after the first script was completed, and subsequent scripts incorporated aspects from these actors.
Brenner, whom they had not really fleshed out before as they considered him the hardest character to write for given his limited appearances within the narrative.
The brothers had desired to film the series around the Long Island area to match the initial Montauk concept.
However, with filming scheduled to take place in November , it was difficult to shoot in Long Island in the cold weather, and the production started scouting locations in and around the Atlanta , Georgia area.
The brothers, who grew up in North Carolina, found many places that reminded them of their own childhoods in that area, and felt the area would work well with the narrative shift to the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana.
The filming of the first season began in November and was extensively done in Atlanta, Georgia, with the Duffer Brothers and Levy handling the direction of individual episodes.
After the third season finished filming, producers considered the idea of keeping the Starcourt Mall set as a permanent attraction for fans to visit, but ultimately decided against it.
The fourth season of Stranger Things was expected to consist of eight episodes, with the first episode titled "Chapter One: The Hellfire Club".
To create the aged effect for the series, a film grain was added over the footage, which was captured by scanning in film stock from the s.
It was "much more about mood and atmosphere and suspense and dread than they are about gore", though they were not afraid to push into more scary elements, particularly towards the end of the first season.
They went with a middle ground of using constructed props including one for the monster whenever they could, but for other shots, such as when the monster bursts through a wall, they opted to use digital effects.
Post-production on the first season was completed the week before it was released to Netflix. The title sequence uses closeups of the letters in the Stranger Things title with a red tint against a black background as they slide into place within the title.
Later, but prior to filming, the producers sent Imaginary Forces the pilot script, the synth-heavy background music for the titles, as well as the various book covers from King and other authors that they had used to establish the title and imagery, and were looking for a similar approach for the series' titles, primarily using a typographical sequence.
They also got input from Dan Perri, who worked on the title credits of several s films. Various iterations included having letters vanish, to reflect the "missing" theme of the series, and having letters cast shadows on others, alluding to the mysteries, before settling into the sliding letters.
The studio began working on the title sequence before filming, and took about a month off during the filming process to let the producers get immersed in the series and come back with more input.
Initially they had been working with various fonts for the title and used close-ups of the best features of these fonts, but near the end the producers wanted to work with ITC Benguiat , requiring them to rework those shots.
The final sequence is fully computer generated, but they took inspiration from testing some practical effects, such as using Kodalith masks as would have been done in the s, to develop the appropriate filters for the rendering software.
The individual episode title cards used a "fly through" approach, similar to the film Bullitt , which the producers had suggested to the studio.
According to Stein and Dixon, the Duffer Brothers had been fans of Survive's music, and used their song "Dirge" for the mock trailer that was used to sell the series to Netflix.
The first season consisted of eight one-hour-long episodes which were released worldwide on Netflix on July 15, ,  in Ultra HD 4K. The second season, consisting of nine episodes, was released on October 27, in HDR.
Netflix did not initially reveal subscriber viewership numbers for their original series, and Symphony Technology Group compiled data for the season based on people using software on their phones that measures television viewing by detecting a program's sound.
According to Symphony, within the first 35 days of release, Stranger Things averaged ratings around This made it the third most-watched season of Netflix original content in the U.
For the third season, Netflix revealed that the show had broken viewing records for Netflix, with The site's critical consensus states, "Exciting, heartbreaking, and sometimes scary, Stranger Things acts as an addictive homage to Spielberg films and vintage s television.
The site's critical consensus states, " Stranger Things ' slow-building sophomore season balances moments of humor and a nostalgic sweetness against a growing horror that's all the more effective thanks to the show's full-bodied characters and evocative tone.
The site's critical consensus states, "Vibrant and charming, Stranger Things transforms itself into a riveting—if familiar—summer ride that basks in its neon-laden nostalgia without losing sight of the rich relationships that make the series so endearing.
Stranger Things gained a dedicated fan base soon after its release. One area of focus was the character of Barb, Nancy's nerdy friend and classmate who is taken and killed by the monster early in the season.
However, many fans sympathized with the character; Laura Bradley of Vanity Fair suggested that Barb would be a similar misfit in society, and "looks more like someone you might actually meet in real life" compared to the other characters, particularly Nancy.
Hashtags grew in popularity after the series' release, such as " ImWithBarb" and " JusticeforBarb", and several fan sites and forums were created to support her.
Another impact of the series has been an increased demand for Eggo waffles, as they are shown to be Eleven's favorite food in several episodes and are seen as a representation of the series.
They provided a vintage s Eggo television advertisement for Netflix to use in its Super Bowl LI commercial, and they intend to become more involved with cross-promotion.
In April , filmmaker Charlie Kessler filed a lawsuit against the Duffer brothers, claiming that they stole his idea behind his short film Montauk , which featured a similar premise of a missing boy, a nearby military base doing otherworldy experiments, and a monster from another dimension.
Kessler directed the film and debuted it at the Hamptons International Film Festival. During the Tribeca Film Festival , he pitched his film to the Duffer brothers and later gave them "the script, ideas, story and film" for a larger film idea which he called The Montauk Project.
Kessler contended that the Duffer brothers used his ideas to devise the premise for Stranger Things and sought a third of the income that they had made from the series.
Journalists have noted that the idea of supernatural events around Montauk had originated due to urban legend of the Montauk Project , which came to light from the book The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time.
In September , multiple media outlets published articles about a cease-and-desist letter sent by a Netflix in-house attorney to the operator of a Stranger-Things -themed bar in Chicago.
Brenner on you"; "the demogorgon is not always as forgiving". The letter also won praise from lawyers for its even-handedness in not demanding immediate closure of the bar, only demanding that the bar not remain open without Netflix's permission past its initial scheduled run.
Stranger Things has received numerous awards and nominations across the entertainment industry, including ten Primetime Emmy Award nominations and four Golden Globe Award nominations through the second season.
The series' cast has received several of these: the series' first-season cast won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series , while series leads Ryder, Brown, and Harbour have earned individual awards and nominations.
With the release of the second season of the series, Netflix also released Beyond Stranger Things , an aftershow hosted by Jim Rash.
The guests of the aftershow are composed of cast and crew from the series, including the Duffer Brothers and the series' stars, to discuss the development and behind-the-scenes production of the series and its larger mythology.
Unlike previous aftershows created by Embassy Row , such as Talking Dead and Talking Bad , Beyond Stranger Things is intended to be watched after a screening of the entire second season.
No aftershow was created for the third season. Penguin Random House partnered with Netflix to release a series of books related to Stranger Things , starting in late These include How to Survive in a Stranger Things World ,  a children's book released on November 13, that offers "advice, wisdom, and warnings" from Stranger Things.
Brenner in the Hawkins laboratory in In Edge , following the events of the second season, Hopper relates details of his past life in New York City during the s to Eleven.
Dark Horse Comics announced a partnership with Netflix for "a multi-year publishing line" of stories set in the Stranger Things world.
The initial title was a four-issue miniseries written by Jody Houser and interior art by Stefano Martino. The story took place during the events of the first season and took Will's perspective while he was still trapped in the Upside Down.
It was written by Jody Houser and illustrated by Ibrahim Moustafa. The comic focuses on one of the experiments preceding Eleven: a girl named Francine, who possesses powers of precognition.
The first issue went on sale on May 29, An original graphic novel based on the series called Stranger Things: Zombie Boys was released on February 19, It is 72 pages and set after the first season.
Also lasting for four issues, it is a sequel to the Six miniseries set prior to the show's third season. It will be written by Greg Pak and set shortly after the Battle of Starcourt Mall depicted in the series' third season.
It will be written by Greg Pak and illustrated by Valeria Favoccia. It will also run for four issues. The kit, besides including instruction books, character sheets and dice, included a campaign "The Hunt for the Thessalhydra" which the children played in the first season written with the intent of having come from the pen of the character of Will himself as well as Demogorgon minifigs.
The game uses a retro-pixel style of art, similar to games for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game is loosely based on the Stranger Things story after season one, with the player starting as Chief of Police Jim Hopper looking for the missing boys.
Once these characters are found, they become playable and have special abilities that allow the player to access more areas in the game.
The team decided to make the game in a similar style to The Legend of Zelda because it "was a perfect match because both [ Stranger Things and Zelda ] are about exploration, and it's kind of a mysterious fit that fit the mood of the show," according to BonusXP president Dave Pottinger.
The map of Hawkins in the game was based on a Google street view map of Jackson, Georgia where the series is filmed. In order to help keep the game a secret, BonusXP did not hire game testers for their quality assurance , instead having family members from the design team provide feedback; this process helped create the two difficulty levels in the game.
With the release of season two, an update to the game added Max as a playable character, and a release for the Amazon Fire TV , which included controller support.
It will be released as a tie-in for Stranger Things 's third season, launching on July 4, The game will follow the narrative of the third season, as BonusXP had some input with the Duffer brothers, and will provide additional story elements that the show does not have time to explore.
A third mobile game, simply called Stranger Things , is being developed by Next Games. It will be location-based game with role-playing game mechanics.
The company has since released a teaser showing the Christmas-lights-on-a-wall scenes. In June , Netflix announced plans for Telltale Games to produce an episodic adventure game based on the series, as part of a larger partnership that would see ports of other Telltale series as interactive movies on Netflix.
However, the project was cancelled after Telltale laid off the majority of its staff in September Telltale had also commissioned a companion game from Night School Studio titled Kids Next Door that would be a precursor to their title, but this also was canned on Telltale's closure.
United States Representative David Cicilline compared the state of the nation during the presidency of Donald Trump to that of Stranger Things during a speech given in Congress on February 16, , using a sign "Trump Things" in the same format as the title card of the series and saying "Like the main characters in Stranger Things , we are now stuck in the Upside Down".
As part of its release on Netflix on April 14, , the cast of the rebooted version of Mystery Science Theater riffed on the first part of "Chapter 1" of Stranger Things.
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