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Stranger Things Creators Want to Make a Video Game to Bridge Seasons
Stranger Things Creators Discuss Second Season
Stranger things have happened in between TV seasons.
Stranger Things hasn\'t officially been renewed for season 2, yet the show\'s creators already have ideas in mind about that theoretical season. Not only that, but the Duffer Brothers also know how they\'d like to bridge the gap between the two seasons.
Speaking with IGN about the end of the recently released eight-episode first season, executive producers Matt and Ross Duffer revealed they\'d have to jump forward a year in the timeline of the show for the supposed next season. And if they could tell the story of that missing year in any medium, they\'d prefer to do it as a video game.
Stranger Things Creators Discuss Second Season - IGN News
"...What I really want is a video game," Ross Duffer said when posed with the idea of a comic book telling the story of that year in between seasons.
"Like an 8-bit… These fans, a lot of them have done this 8-bit video game art that’s blowing my mind," Matt Duffer said.
Of course, a Stranger Things game has not been greenlit, but the Duffer Brothers noted they are pushing Netflix to sell Stranger Things-related merchandise, particularly the show\'s soundtrack, which Netflix recently announced is on the way.
For more on the music, learn how the show\'s opening credits came together.
The Duffer Brothers spoke at length about the end of the show\'s first season, as well as what\'s to come, with IGN — for more, read the full interview with Ross and Matt Duffer.
Stranger Things\' first season also ended with three big unanswered questions, and The Duffer Brothers helped shine some light on those lingering mysteries. And for more on the show, read IGN\'s review of season 1.
Stranger Things First Aired Dec. 1969