Stranger Things may be ending after its 5th season.

But that won’t be the last you see of Hawkins, Indiana.

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According to Yahoo, the Duffer Brothers recently appeared on the “Happy Sad Confused” podcast to discuss the final season.

Josh Horowitz, the host, asked about the confirmed spinoff.

The Duffers explained some of the rumors they’d been hearing:

“I’ve read these rumors that there’s gonna be an Eleven spinoff, that there’s gonna be a Steve and Dustin spinoff, or that it’s another number [from Dr. Brenner’s lab]”

They continued:

“That’s not interesting to me because we’ve done all that. We’ve spent I don’t know how many hours exploring all of that. So it’s very different”

It’s very unlikely we’ll see any of the main cast during the spinoff, since the Duffers have all but confirmed everyone’s story will wrap up in Season 5.

But there will be, as they say, “connective tissue.”

Yahoo quotes more from the interview:

“The most important connective tissue I would say is the storytelling sensibility of it. There is story that connects to the Stranger Things world, but it really is more about how we’re telling that story.”

Interestingly enough, they also confirmed they’re not going to be as “intimately involved” in the spinoff as the regular series.

“Hopefully we find that right person to pass the baton to while we go on to do new stuff”

Stranger Things has been the biggest show on Netflix for several years.

And for as many new careers as its launched.

It has also helped reignite others.

Kate Bush’s 1985 classic “Running Up That Hill” is once again climbing the charts.

The song also sets the record for the longest time period between a Hot 100 debut and cracking the Top 5 — 36 years, nine months, and two weeks to be exact.

For some context, this week she was only surpassed by Harry Styles (“As It Was”), Jack Harlow (“First Class”), and Future (“Wait for U”) on the chart.

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