Stranger Things Fans Convinced Major Character Is Going To Die After Watching Volume 2 Trailer
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The trailer for volume two of the new Stranger Things series dropped this week, and fans think it hinted at an ominous end for a major character. See if you can spot which one:
Since the fourth instalment of the sci-fi horror landed on Netflix, it has been met with rave reviews, with fans and critics alike absolutely loving it.
But with it being split up into two parts, they will have to wait a bit longer for its conclusion.
The second volume, which lands on 1 July, will consist of just two episodes, and fans are convinced that Robin Buckley is going to die at some point.
Unsurprisingly, and completely understandably, fans have been outraged by what would be a pretty s**tty move... even by the show's standards
Sharing their theory on social media, one fan wrote: "If Robin dies, I give up btw."
Another chipped in: "If robin dies I stg there will be no place on earth the Duffer brothers will be safe from me."
"Wth why Robin. Don't let her die. Duffer bros please not her," pleaded a third.
Another declared: "If robin dies I die with her."
Though being careful not to give too much away in terms of story, Stranger Things co-creator Matt Duffer recently told The Wrap, the last two episodes of season four were ‘movies’.
He said: "[Episodes] seven and nine in particular are movies. And nine is a long movie."
Duffer explained that the need for longer episodes was because there was a lot more plot in season four than in previous seasons.
He explained: "A lot of it had to do with the fact that we had characters spread out in three locations and we had a lot more plot. It must be quadruple the plot we had in season three.
"That was our fun blockbuster season. This season we knew that season five was going to be our last, we had to start revealing a lot."
"The more we were writing, the more we realised we need more time in order for these reveals to land, in order for these storylines to work.
"Partway through we knew we needed to ask Netflix for nine episodes instead of eight and as we started shooting we realised, 'Oh these are mega-long episodes'."
Stranger Things is currently available to stream on Netflix.