STRANGER Things bosses have teased several deaths in the final episode of season four.
After a two-year hiatus, a new threat from the Upside Down has emerged, and Joe Keery’s Steve, Natalia Dyer’s Nancy and Maya Hawke’s Robin must stop it once and for all.
The Duffer Brothers have revealed that there will be some character deaths in the last episode of the Netflix show.
During an interview with Variety, the Duffer Brothers were asked if there would be a body count in the second volume and they replied: “For sure, for sure.”
Fans have taken to social media in panic over the revelation.
One wrote: “I hope none of the main characters die, that would be traumatic. #StrangerThings”
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Another posted: “AHHH Season 4 Vol 2 is going to be epic – I hope none of my favourites die. #StrangerThings”
“#StrangerThings I can’t wait for the second part, but will they kill off a main character?”
However, they have not confirmed if any of the major characters will be killed off.
Last month, fans went wild for the latest series and viewers couldn’t believe how grown up the child stars look.
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Alongside an array of shocked-face emojis, one person penned: “Can’t believe they kept Stranger Things away from us that long! Everyone looks old as f***!”
Echoing their comments, someone else said: “Why do all of the high school kids look so old? They really tried to make it feel like the 80s as much as possible.”
While a third remarked: “Well, that was a mind-blowing few episodes. On another note, they all look so grown up now!”
The fourth season of Stranger Things will be broken up into two different parts.
Therefore, there will be two different premiere dates, a separate date for each part.
The two-parter of season four will not be the end of the story for fans.
However, it looks as if the adventures of the cast will come to an end after the fifth season.
Netflix shared the news announcing that the wide-reaching show is renewed for a fifth and final series.
According to Variety, the showrunners, credited as the Duffer Brothers, shared the heartbreaking news in a letter.
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The letter, which was shared on Netflix’s, blog stated: “Seven years ago, we planned out the complete story arc for Stranger Things.
“At the time, we predicted the story would last four to five seasons. It proved too large to tell in four, but – as you’ll soon see for yourselves – we are now hurtling toward our finale.”
Stranger Things is available to stream on Netflix.