Halloween is over, but Strange things The fans are definitely scared right now. After sharing a series of emotional photos and videos, Millie Bobby Brown has fans speculating that Strange things Season 3 will be the last. On Monday, November 11, Brown and some of his co-stars posted their Instagram accounts so the audience would know they had finished filming the third season. Although Brown's publications are full of emotion, fans should not be so worried.
On the last day of filming, the 14-year-old actress shared for the first time a GI story of herself with a frown, subtitled: "I'll cry all day for your information." The video also had messages for cast stars Noah Schnapp and Sadie Sink, who said "it's not okay" to Schnapp and "I can not say goodbye" to Sink. Later, Brown shared a selfie of herself crying with the title "I told you". He also published a selfie of Schnapp and Sink in his story, with the words "love of my life" written on it. Later, he published two photos with the label "One More Time", one with Schnapp and one with Sink. Brown subtitled the publication, "that's a wrap ♥ ️".
Naturally, the fans have begun to suspect. Some have left comments in their Instagram post questioning the fate of the program. "Do not expect more strange things @milliebobbybrown ???" one user wrote, with another writing, "was season 3 the last season?" Another fan replied: "Why am I a little sad? I hope there is a fourth season!"
Other Strange things The stars published on the season 3 wrapper, but fortunately, they were in a very good mood. Schnapp posted a short video of himself sliding down a movie theater escalator and raising his arms, with a woman laughing in the background. The post was subtitled, "the last day slipped down the escalator".
Finn Wolfhard also published a short video of his story, showing a singer Gaten Matarazzo and subtitled "The Last Day I'm with Randy Newman." Meanwhile, actors like Joe Keery, Caleb McLaughling and Matarazzo have not posted about the end of season 3.
In addition to Brown's candid posts, there's really no indication that the show is coming to an end after next season. In fact, a week before finishing season 3, the cast shared a video of a celebration set Strange things Day.
Although the beloved show has only been on for two seasons, its end has been the subject of many rumors for a while. In February, it was said that Strange things it would end after season 3 when MovieFone reported that it could be the last of the Duffer brothers as show runners. But nevertheless, Netflix quickly turned it off with a tweet. saying: "Do not let go of your Eggos." The rumors that the Duffer Bros are leaving strange things after season 3 are false.
In August of last year, Ross Duffer mocked the possible fate of the show and told Vulture: "We are thinking it will be a four-season thing and then it will be eliminated." Matt added: "I do not know if we can justify something bad." Passing them once a year. "
However, in an interview with E! Last October, the creators considered extending the timeline of the program even more. "I think four to five seasons is where we will finish, but who knows?" Ross said. "None of this is official, and we know where we want to go, we're trying to figure out how long it will take to get there, so we'll see." His brother added: "It's difficult, as four seems short, five seems long, I do not know what to do".
Fans can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that they will be back at Upside Down in no time (at least for a season or two more).