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Stranger Things Season 4 Is Not Going To Have A Happy Ending

Stranger Things Season 4 Is Not Going To Have A Happy Ending

According to the Duffer Brothers, there won't be a reset after Season 4.

The second volume of Stranger Things Season 4 is coming, and it's coming with a blast! The final battle between Vecna and Eleven is set to premiere on July 1st and none of the kids from Hawkins are safe.

In an interview with Empire, the Duffer Brothers spoke about the last two episodes.

Volume 2 really takes what we did in Volume 1 and ramps everything up. Usually, at the end of a season, we tie things up with a nice bow, before a little tease that says, 'Hold on, something is unraveling.' As we move into season 5, we don't have to do that. There won't be a reset from where we finish this season.

The Duffer Brothers also described the ending as very emotional which means that we could witness the death of a beloved character. They also said that the Hawkins gang will "take the fight to Vecna".

You know in 'The Lost Boys' when they decide to go after the vampires? It's fun to see people come up with a plan and try to outsmart the villain. That's what Volume 2 is about. But of course, not everything goes to plan...

The fact that there won't be a reset is quite worrying, but also quite exciting. This means that the season will end big and will lead straight into season 5. Think of Infinity War ending leading into Endgame kind of setup. I don't think half of humanity will turn to dust but we can expect something really big that could turn the entire Hawkins, maybe even the world...UPSIDE DOWN!

Stranger Things Season 4 Volume 2 is set to premiere on July 1st, 2022.



 

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