Stranger Things Creators Give Scary Warning About Season 4 Finale

There are just a few days left for Stranger Things 4 – Volume 2 to be released, but the creators of the hit series from Netflix already warn the fans: no happy ending this time!

Viewers got to know Vecna ​​in episodes released in May, and the final two episodes slated for July will continue this great battle while audience favorites remain separate. Apparently, not everyone will make it out of this alive.

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“I don’t really want to say, but I would be worried about the characters [que estão] going to Volume 2 for sure,” Ross Duffer said in an interview with Empire Magazine. “I hope that’s the sense, because it’s a darker season and kids aren’t kids anymore. And there’s an eerie feeling that things might not go well. Now whether or not you’ll have to watch [para descobrir].”

Check out the trailer for the next episodes:

Stranger Things 4 is not over yet

After three years of waiting, Netflix finally released the fourth season of Stranger Things in its catalog, but the novelty was divided into two parts, called volumes by streaming.

So, in addition to the seven episodes already released, two more will arrive on Netflix on July 1st, ending this season and officially marking the beginning of the end of the series, as the next season of Stranger Things, the fifth, will also be the last of the program.

But in the meantime, remember the synopsis of Stranger Things 4:

“It has been six months since the Battle of Starcourt, which brought terror and destruction to Hawkins. After the confrontation, our group of friends is separated for the first time, and having to deal with the complexities of high school makes it even more difficult. In this moment of fragility, a new supernatural threat emerges and brings a mystery that, if solved, could end the terrible Upside Down once and for all.”

Stranger Things 4, volume two, hits Netflix on July 1st.

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