Millie Bobby Brown Clarifies Her Comments Didn't Mean 'Stranger Things' Would End With Season 3

We know that the third season of ‘Stranger Things‘ has wrapped, but many have started to fear that it could be the end of the series. The reason behind this is that for some very odd reason there was a misunderstanding of Millie Bobby Brown saying goodbye to the cast after shooting that made them believe it would be the final goodbye for the show. Thankfully, this fantastic actress has addressed this confusion and clarified her comments to share that this isn’t the end of the series.

While appearing on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ the topic came up, and Brown shared the reason her goodbyes were so strong:

“I’m just a very emotional person. When it comes to my closest people, like, I’m not good at goodbyes. Last day of the season. Of the season, not the show, the season. Watch Netflix call me after this, ‘You can’t say anything,’ okay, got it.”

After this, the actress went on to say:

“My nose gets really red when I cry. I was really crying. Those are real tears. So basically, what happened was I’m a very emotional person, I can’t say goodbye to people, it gives me serious sadness and anxiety, and so when I had to say goodbye to my best friend Sadie, I just broke down.”


As to the post that caused all this confusion? Here is what Brown had shared on Instagram:

I think it is a bit much to believe that translates into the show being over, but at least now fans of this epic Netflix series have no reason to worry about if it will continue or not. At least, not until the ratings come in when it airs.

Did you think the above post by Millie Bobby Brown meant that ‘Stranger Things’ was coming to an end? Are you glad that she took time to address her reaction in the photo above, so fans didn’t get worried that this story was about to be completed? Share your thoughts in the comments below!