The second series of 'Stranger Things' is just a few days from airing, but already, the end of the show is in sight. At least, if you believe one of its chief actors.
According to David Harbour, who plays Chief Jim Hopper in the series, the show will end after four or five series. It will also involve "a very beautiful end", he said in an interview.
"We're talking about ending 'Stranger Things' at either season four or season five," he told The Independent. "I know there is an end to the story. It's a very beautiful end."
He also suggested that clues have been dropped in the first series as to how the show will end. "We've already been laying out the pipework," he said. "There are easter eggs in season one that you won't get until season four. You'll look back and say, 'We've been seeing this story the whole time, we just haven't realised it.'
"To me, that's wonderful."
Series two of 'Stranger Things' will be available to stream from Netflix from Friday, just in time for Halloween. Series one is already available.
Source: The Independent