Joseph Quinn of Stranger Things has discussed the ending of the Netflix show’s fourth season, teasing us by saying that it is “just carnage”.
The second volume of the fourth season is set to premiere on July 1st, complete with two feature-length episodes. The first runs for an hour and 25 minutes whilst the finale, which is the show’s longest to date, clocks in at two and a half hours. The show recently released a trailer for both episodes, and to say fans are excited would be an understatement.
Speaking in the new interview with The Guardian, Quinn, who plays season 4’s Eddie Munson, touched on the ending of the new series of Stranger Things, which everyone is keeping under wraps. The actor joked about the consequences he faces for spoiling the ending: “They’ve got my family tied up somewhere and if I spoil anything, I’ll never see them again”.
He then disclosed that a guitar would be involved in this season’s closer, but left it at that. “The scale and ambition are astonishing,” he said. “All the seeds that have been planted bear fruit and it’s just carnage.”
“You know the finale is two-and-a-half hours, right? Ending with this monster, feature-length episode is so bold.” Later in the interview, Quinn revealed that he’d love to return for the show’s final season. “I’ll be furious if they don’t bring me back,” he quipped. “I’d love to, if they’ll have me.”
The new instalment of Stranger Things has been a hit across the board. Released on May 27th, it became Netflix’s most-watched English language series, surpassing the record set by Bridgerton’s second season. Establishing the new record for the most hours viewed in the first 28 days, in just 17, a total 781.04 of million hours were viewed.