Fans React To Stranger Things 4 Volume 2 Trailer

It’s only a week until the final two episodes of Stanger Things 4 drop, and the recent trailer has fans even more excited (and worried).

Everybody went a little crazy about Stranger Things 4 volume 1, and it quickly became one of the most-watched shows in Netflix history. Now volume 2 is creeping closer, we’ve been given a little taste of what’s to come.

Since dropping a couple of days ago, the trailer has racked up over 5.8 million views on Twitter. It’s clear to see that fans of the show are on the edge of their seats waiting for the last instalments of series 4.

Most are just hoping that the next week doesn’t drag.

Who, if anyone, is going to die?

Others are a *tad* worried about the fate of their favourite characters. Stranger Things 4 has seen an overwhelming amount of love for new addition, Eddie Munson. However, the show has a reputation for killing lovable characters after one series (*cough* Alexei, *cough* Bob), so are these last two episodes all we have with him?

Realistic theories? Or a bit far-fetched?

The release of the trailer has also inspired even more fan theories about what will happen at the end of Stranger Things 4.

What is Eddie playing in the upside-down? Will Vecna be too much for Eleven? Will Murray’s karate skills make another appearance?

And, if we’re honest, most tweets are just stills of everyone’s favourite babysitter Steve Harrington. But is anyone surprised? He’s the character with the most development in the show. Beginning as a high school jerk to a reluctant babysitter, and now Dustin’s best friend, Steve Harrington has found a place in all of our hearts.

Let’s just hope Stranger Things 4 is kind to him.

Haven’t seen the trailer for yourself yet? Don’t be the only one missing out and watch it here. See what you think might happen, or if your favourite character will survive.

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