Noah Schnapp, who plays Will Byers in the hit Netflix series Stranger Things, revealed how the series will wrap up.
In a Forbes interview, Schnapp stated his enthusiasm about how Will’s tale will develop during the show’s final chapter, hinting that Will will start and close the series. Schnapp expressed excitement for the future, stating that the show handled Will’s character and important themes well in the current season. The way they ended the play was just great; Will was in the beginning and ‘Will’ will be at the conclusion of it.”
The 2016 television series Stranger Things centers on the mysteries and paranormal occurrences that take place in Hawkins, Indiana, during the 1980s. The first season is focused on Will and his kidnapping by a dangerous creature from the “Upside Down,” another reality. At the time of writing, the program has four seasons available, and its forthcoming fifth season will be its final installment. David Harbour, who portrays officer Jim Hopper on Stranger Things, just affirmed that Season 5 won’t air until at least 2024. Although it has been established that Season 5 will consist of 8 episodes, there haven’t been many details released about the plot.
Even More Unforeseen Events to Come in ‘Stranger Things’
Dark Horse Comics is working on a new anthology comic book series, Stranger Things: Tales From Hawkins. The four-issue series will elaborate on the tales of the namesake town that were not covered in the television miniseries. Jody Houser (Critical Role: Vox Machina Origins, Star Wars: Thrawn) will pen the story, while Caio Filipe (Stranger Things: Summer Special, Nightwing), Sunando C (End After End), and Giorgia Gio Esposito (End After End) will provide the illustrations (Lunar Room, Dr. Who).
Netflix offers a Stranger Things streaming option.