In “Stranger Things,” Maya Hawke expressed her desire for her character to “die with honor.” During the third season of the program, which has one more to go, Hawke appeared as Robin. She predicted that “people are probably going to die” because this will be the final season of the show. Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! In the fifth and last season of “Stranger Things,” Maya Hawke expressed her desire for her Robin character to “die with honor.”
Hawke shared her estimates for the final death toll of the hit Netflix series “Stranger Things,” which she joined as Robin in the third season.
Since it’s the final season, Hawke predicted that “people are probably going to die.” “I would want to pass away and have my moment as a hero. Like any actor, I would desire to pass away in dignity.”
Despite having a non-zero death toll, the four seasons of “Stranger Things” have avoided killing off any of the show’s significant characters. The cast of the show has made note of it: In In an interview with The Wrap , both Millie Bobby Brown, who portrays Eleven, and Noah Schnapp, who plays Will, proposed that the production kill off some characters because the cast had gotten “far too enormous.”
Brown referred to Matt and Ross Duffer, the “Stranger Things” showrunners, as “sensitive Sallies” in the same interview because of their hesitation to kill off people.
Hawke claims that the Duffers “become in love” with the performers portraying the characters to the point where they find it difficult to murder them. She did, however, admit that she would be open to a spinoff series with Joe Keery, whose character Steve had a strong, banter-filled connection with Robin, if she didn’t get that hero’s death in the show’s fifth season.
Hawke declared, “Normally I wouldn’t really be in favor of a spinoff, but if I got the chance to do it with Joe Keery, I would do anything.” “He has amazing boundaries and is incredibly witty, wonderful, and intelligent. He’s a great colleague, and I’d do anything for him.”