‘Stranger Things’, ‘Ginny & Georgia’, ‘Wednesday’ & ‘Virgin River’ Among Hit Netflix Series Not Returning Until 2025

Netflix has unveiled the slate of TV series set to release new seasons in 2024, and some of the streamer’s biggest series are not on the list, delayed by the writers and actors strikes.

Stranger Things‘ fifth and final season, which just started production earlier this month, will not debut until 2025, making for a three-year gap between both Seasons 3 and 4 (due to the pandemic) and Seasons 4 and 5.

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Given the extensive VFX work involved in the series, which was originally slated to start filming Season 5 in May, the delay is not surprising.

Ditto for the series that dethroned Stranger Things as Netflix’s most popular series, Wednesday, which is not scheduled to begin production on Season 2 until late April in a new location, Ireland, and breakout new 2023 drama One Piece, which also is yet to start filming on its second season.

The list of series that won’t air original episodes in 2024 also includes three popular female-driven series, Sweet Magnolias and ratings juggernauts Ginny & Georgia and Virgin River.

While none of them require extensive post-production, there are various other factors in play, including weather, as Virgin River for example won’t be able to start filming Season 6 in Vancouver until the spring.

The list of hit Netflix series that will skip 2024 also include The Lincoln Lawyer (picked up for Season 3), and three sophomores, The Watcher, XO, Kitty and The Recruit.

Popular Netflix scripted shows that will be back for new installments in 2024 include Squid Game, Bridgerton, The Night Agent, Cobra Kai, Emily In Paris and The Diplomat.

Series on a global streamer like Netflix take longer to get to the screen because they also have to undergo dubbing/subtitling for the various territories.

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