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Stranger Things ended its fourth season months early and left fans with the deaths of characters they fell in love with.
Despite the number of characters who died, star Millie Bobby Brown thinks other characters should have also died.
The Stranger Things actress recently took part in Vanity Fair’s Lie Detector Test while promoting Enola Holmes 2, which is now streaming on Netflix.
At the meeting, Millie Bobby Brown threw truth bombs on the hit Netflix show that shot her career up.
While she was tied to a polygraph, the Stranger Things actress resembled her character hooked up to a lab machine straight from the show.
An interviewer out of the shot asked Millie Bobby Brown several questions about the recent season.
“Your Stranger Things co-star Maya Hawke thought more characters should’ve died at the end of season four. Do you agree?”
“I do, yeah,” Brown quickly responded.
The interviewer followed up after her answer and questioned who else she thought should have died.
Millie Bobby Brown tried to avoid the question, shyly offering Eleven should have died.
However, the lie detector found her out, and the actress instead gave an ambiguous answer.
Still pressured, Brown said: “I think if Maya thinks that, maybe Robin.”
The interviewer asked the actress for her opinion, and Brown replied she agreed if Maya Hawke wanted it for her character.
As for Eddie Munson, Millie Bobby Brown said the writers made the right choice to kill him off.
During the test, the interviewers pressed Millie Bobby Brown to share more details about Stranger Things season 5, but she didn’t reveal anything.
While there is no release date, the Duffer Brothers have confirmed that the story will be set entirely in Hawkins next season.
Speaking on Josh Horowitz’s podcast Happy Sad Confused, Matt Duffer said he and Ross wanted to return to the things they had done in season one.
“A lot of the original groups and pairings that we had in season one,” he elaborated.
“There’s something nice about coming full circle.”
The Duffer brothers also reassured fans that next season’s episodes would be shorter than last season’s episodes.
“For the first time ever, we don’t wrap things up at the end of [Season] four, so it’s going to be moving,” the Stranger Things creators said.
“I don’t know that it’s going to be going 100 miles an hour at the start of five, but it’s going to be moving pretty fast.”
“Characters are already going to be in action,” they continued.
“They’re already going to have a goal and a drive, and I think that’s going to carve out at least a couple hours and make this season feel really different.”