'Scary and sad': Sadie Sink hints at emotional ending of 'Stranger Things' Season 5
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: 'Stranger Things' actress, Sadie Sink recently revealed that the fifth season of the beloved science fiction series will be intensely "emotional". Let's not forget how the last season of 'Stranger Things' made everyone's jaw drop especially with that unexpected ending. Although Sink's character Max may be in a coma, it does not stop Vecna from plotting her revenge against Millie Bobby Brown's Eleven, and the whole of Hawkins.
Speaking of 'Stranger Things,' Noah Schnapp broke the internet when he posted a Tiktok video in which he came out as a gay member of the community after being in the closet for 18 years. All fans have lost their calm over it as he captioned the video, "I guess I'm more similar to Will Byers than I thought!" Nevertheless, 'Stranger Things' has become one of Netflix's flagship series as it has attracted unimaginable records of viewership on the streaming platform.
During a recent appearance on Today, 'Stranger Things' star Sadie Sink revealed that "it's gonna be emotional, I'm sure" when asked about the end of the series. She even went into detail about her emotions going into filming.
"It's going to be awful. It's going to be horrible," Sink told the outlet. "These kids, this entire cast and crew, this is like - I mean, it's family. People say it all the time, but I genuinely mean it. And to think that we have to kind of say goodbye to that security and knowing that we won't be seeing each other for another season," she adds, "it's scary and sad, but I think it's exciting to move on to the next chapter."
Furthermore, the 'Stranger Things' co-creators, Matt and Ross Duffer revealed that the fifth and final season is going to be pretty emotional. According to Indie Wire, Ross previously revealed he and his brother Matt's pitch for the final season left Netflix executives crying.
"Listen. It's our process but it's just like, we really just try to focus on one season at a time," Duffer explained. "We do have an outline for season 5 and we pitched it to Netflix and they really responded well to it. I mean, it was hard. It's the end of the story. I saw executives crying who I've never seen cry before and it was wild. And it's not just to do with the story, just the fact that it's like, Oh my God, this thing that has defined so many of our lives, these Netflix people who has been with us from the beginning, seven years now, and it's hard to imagine the journey coming to an end."
You can stream the previous seasons of 'Stranger Things' on Netflix.