Luckily for fans, the third season of the massive Netflix hit — which is set to premiere on the streaming service on Thursday, July 4 — will certainly not be the last.
As Matt and Ross Duffer — the creators of the series — have long said, the goal for the show is to hit about four or five seasons, as they want to be able to effectively tell their story without dragging it out past its prime. And according to series star Millie Bobby Brown, whether the show goes four or five seasons, she already knows how it ends.
In an interview with Digital Spy (as part of her Godzilla: King of Monsters promotional tour), Brown revealed that the Duffer Brothers have told her how the already-iconic series will come to a conclusion.
“I know exactly what happens,” Brown said. “Very scared,” she concluded.
Bobby Brown is not the only Stranger Things star who knows how it all comes to an end for the kids of Hawkins, Indiana, as David Harbour — who portrays Chief Jim Hopper on the series — also told Digital Spy that he’s been clued in on the ending as well.
“I know the end of the story, and I think it’s beautiful,” Harbour proclaimed.
Additionally, while a fourth season of the series has already been confirmed, Harbour said that he feels the story would be best served by running for a fifth season.
“I don’t think four is enough,” he said. “I think five is maybe enough – if you want my opinion, I would like five.”
Given how beloved Stranger Things already is, fans will surely be hoping that the Duffer Brothers agree with Harbour and stretch the show to five seasons.
The third season of Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’, which sees the return of the entire main cast, will debut on Netflix in the United States on Thursday, July 4.