Is ‘Strangers Things’ ending for good after season 3? Millie Bobby Brown, who stars as Eleven on the show, hints at this possibility in a series of emotional Instagram stories that she posted.
People reports that on the last day of filming for season 3 of the show, the 14-year-old star initially put up a story saying that she was going to “cry all day fyi.” Following this, she put up individual messages for her two co-stars Noah Schnapp who plays Will and Sadie Sink who joined the show was Max Mayfield. To Noah she wrote, “this is not okay.” and her message to Sadie said, “I can’t say good-bye.” She also put up a black and white picture of her hugging Sadie, with a heartfelt caption that read: “as we said goodbye, i gave my best friend the biggest hug and told her i loved her so much. My sister forever @sadiesink_”
Right after, the young actress shared a story of her tear-stained face, a selfie of hers with red cheeks and nose and the caption said “Told u,” accompanied with a crying-face emoji. Millie also shared another photo of Schnapp and Sink making funny faces with the words ‘love of my life’ written across the picture. She also posted candids with her co-stars with the caption ‘one more time’.
Brown’s emotional outburst on Instagram has fans wildly speculating that popular Netflix show will end its run after the third season. In February, Moviefone reported that the Duffer Brothers, creators of the series, might depart from the show after the third season. Netflix was quick to refute those claims in a tweet that they put out saying, “Don’t drop your Eggos. Rumors that the Duffer Bros are leaving Stranger Things after season 3 are false.”
Confusion surrounding the future seasons of the show continues to remain. In an interview with CNET, David Harbour, who plays Jim Hopper on the show, revealed that the show might last for one more season after season 3. “I think we’re either going to season 4 or season 5. It’s still being debated,” he said. “This was something that I discussed with the Duffer brothers right from day one. I know, somewhat, Hopper’s place in that story because the more you can know about the end of your story, the more you can set up … Stranger Things has an arc to it that I understand. I feel very proud of that because we’re not going to get lost in our story and leave these strands. We’re going to tie things up.”