The Duffer Brothers
"The only other time I've seen them cry is, like, budget meetings," Matt Duffer said during a SAG panel for the series this weekend.
But if the Duffer Brothers don't kill her off, Hawke would be open for a spin-off with Joe Keery.
Ross Duffer revealed that Sadie Sink's character was supposed to be permanently killed at the end of "Stranger Things 4" — but her fate is still unknown going into the final season.
A spinoff following Eleven is "not interesting" to the Duffers, who said, "Hopefully we find that right person to pass the baton to."
The showrunners revealed that they have digitally altered past episodes, including some from the first half of Season 4, without telling fans.
In a surprise to no one, longer does not equal better. But with so much extra time, the drop-off in pure fun is truly bizarre.
The fourth season of Netflix's supernatural hit promises to be a dramatic genre departure from Season 3, with a certain '80s classic as a reference point.
Emmy-nominated cinematographer Tim Ives discusses lighting the two centerpieces: the Hawkins tunnel system and the Snow Ball Dance finale.
Footage of the first table read introduces new cast members Cary Elwes, Jake Busey, and Maya Hawke.
Crew member Peyton Brown says she won't be returning to "Stranger Things" Season 3 because of the showrunner's inappropriate behavior.
The show has received backlash from some fans over an unscripted kiss between Sink and Caleb McLaughlin.
The creators are also embracing the fact that their young cast is growing up fast.
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