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‘Stranger Things” Millie Bobby Brown Updates Fans On The Show’s Final Season

Brown says it feels strange to end but is excited for fans to see it.

As ‘Stranger Things’ approaches its fifth and final season, Millie Bobby Brown shared her mixed emotions about concluding the series. During a recent appearance on ‘Today with Hoda Kotb’ to promote her latest film, ‘Damsel,’ Brown revealed what fans can expect from the Netflix series’ finale.

Brown revealed that the experience of filming Season 5 has been bittersweet, filled with both joy and sadness:

“We’re filming right now. And it feels good. It’s obviously our last season. So we’re really excited to be back together again for one last hurrah, but it does feel sad.”

Despite the inevitable end, Brown expressed her excitement for the ‘unbelievable’ storyline awaiting viewers, adding:

“Every day we go on set, we’re like, ‘It’s the last second day,’ ‘It’s the last third day!’ But we’re definitely embracing it all. It’s really nice to be back with everyone, and of course, the story is unbelievable.”

You can watch the rest of the interview below.

‘Stranger Things’ May Make a Darker Turn With New Season

Despite the excitement surrounding the final season, Gaten Matarazzo, who portrays Dustin Henderson, hinted at a potentially darker direction. Implying a shift that could leave fans on the edge of their seats, Matarazzo said:

“It might sound messed up, but we should kill more people. This show would be so much better if the stakes were much higher, like at any moment any of these kids can kick it. I feel like we’re all too safe.”

The production of Season 5 kicked off in August 2022 but faced delays due to the Hollywood strikes, which have since been resolved. The cast and crew resumed work earlier this year.

Matt Duffer, one of the show’s creators, previously mentioned in an interview with The Guardian that Season 5 would be the largest in scale, likening it to the first season but with an expanded scope. He also confirmed that while there might be spin-offs, the narratives of central characters like Eleven, Dustin, Lucas, and Hopper would conclude in this season:

“This season – it’s like season one on steroids. It’s the biggest it’s ever been in terms of scale, but it has been really fun, because everyone’s back together in Hawkins: the boys and Eleven interacting more in line with how it was in season one. And, yes, there may be spin-offs, but the story of Eleven and Dustin and Lucas and Hopper, their stories are done here.”

Details about Season 5 include an eight-episode lineup. The writers aim to return to the more conventional runtimes seen in Season 1, with the exception of what is anticipated to be a ‘massive’ finale episode.

As for the premiere, no specific release date has been announced, but expectations are set for some time in 2025. Meanwhile, fans can look forward to Brown’s latest project, ‘Damsel,’ which will premiere on Netflix on March 8. You can watch the film’s trailer below.



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