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‘Stranger Things’ Set To Feature “Some Deaths” In Next Batch Of Episodes

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‘Stranger Things’ Set To Feature “Some Deaths” In Next Batch Of Episodes

Just a few weeks ago, Stranger Things debuted volume one of its fourth season after a lengthy three year intermission but it was so worth the wait. This article is spoiler-free by the way, so if you’re yet to catch up on this jaw-droppingly long batch of episodes, don’t worry. Regardless of whether you’re up to date or not, it’s easy to see just how successful this season has been.

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Days after release, Stranger Things’ fourth season broke Netflix’s streaming records. A whopping 286.79 million hours of the show were watched globally across the series’ first weekend on the streaming platform, sending it to the number one spot in 83 countries. The fun is far from over though, as volume two drops on 1 July.

If you are all caught up, check out the trailer for Stranger Things season four, volume two below. Beware, this DOES contain spoilers.

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Will Byers actor Noah Schnapp recently appeared on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show to discuss the remaining episodes of the season during which the actor may have dropped a few spoilers.

Speaking about his tendency to do so, Noah said, “I literally just realised this today. I posted stuff on my Instagram of, like, an explosion or something and it’s from the second volume and people were like, ‘Is this a spoiler?’ And I was, like, ‘Oh my God, I’m going to get in trouble,’ so I literally just took it down.”

He went on to discuss volume two adding, “We’ve got some deaths coming, some gore, and a big…” before Fallon interrupted with “Wow, that’s a big spoiler. Dude, you just said something that you can’t say!”

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Noah attempted to cover the blunder exclaiming, “No, but I didn’t say who … Well, you guys can assume that obvi–someone’s gonna,” before then drawing a finger across his throat. If you want to hold on to your job Noah, I think that was the right call. Major Tom Holland vibes here. The main takeaway though is that volume two is definitely going to be an emotional ride. Please can someone protect Steve?

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Netflix, TV And Film

Kate Harrold
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