Could There Be Stranger Things Spinoffs on the Way?

Stranger Things Spinoff: Netflix CEO Says Likely, Millie Bobby Brown

Dept. H

Deadline reports Alice Waddington (Paradise Hills) is attached to direct a film adaptation of Matt Kindt’s comic book series, Dept. H, from a script by T.S. Nolin (The Maze Runner). The story follows a renowned scientist’s estranged daughter as she investigates his murder aboard a deep-sea research station. “With the pressure building and the water rising, she must race against time to solve the murder as she uncovers the truth behind the station’s purpose.”


Empire magazine has a new image of Kumail Nanjiani as Kingo in Eternals.


Slumber Party Massacre

Syfy has also released a fairly gory TV spot for its upcoming remake of The Slumber Party Massacre premiering October 16.

Aeon Flux

According to Collider, Paramount+ is officially moving forward with its live-action Æon Flux series from Teen Wolf showrunner, Jeff Davis.



Deadline also has word Yazmin Newell has joined the cast of AMC’s moon base drama, Moonhaven, as Sonda Cruz, “second in command to Moonhaven’s political leader Maite Voss (played by Ayelet Zurer).”


Stranger Things

In conversation with Deadline, Netflix’s Ted Sarandos stated he believes Stranger Things is “a franchise being born,” hinting at multiple “spinoffs” based on the popular series. The outlet adds, “there has been talk that star Millie Bobby Brown could be taking lead in an extension of the Duffer Bros universe under the terms of her own big Netflix deal.”



An Eclipso-induced hailstorm strikes Blue Valley in the trailer for next week’s episode of Stargirl.


Meanwhile, Nyxly’s new totem causes the citizens of Metropolis to become “depraved” in the trailer for “Magical Thinking,next week’s episode of Supergirl. 

La Brea

Finally, a new “this season on…” trailer teases the coming months of La Brea.

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