The epic finale is coming to break our hearts.
Noah Schnapp, who portrays Will Byers on 'Stranger Things', has casually confirmed that someone will die in the final episodes of 'Stranger Things' season 4 when visiting 'The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon'.
Even Fallon himself appeared to be buffed by Schnapp's statement, despite the actor never revealed if he was talking about one person or, to make things worse, multiple people.
"We've got some deaths coming," the actor confirmed – ironically, he did it while wearing a ridiculous wig. "Well, you guys can assume that obviously, someone's gonna…", Schnapp continued, only to gesture his finger near his throat.
This was not something any 'Stranger Things' fan asked for, mainly because Schnapp was absolutely right about people already assuming that someone was going to die. Among the main candidates are Eddie Munson, Steve Harrington, Enzo, and even Lucas or Hopper. In fact, no one is absolutely safe in 'Stranger Things', especially in season 4.
It might seem weird to some, but many fans are lowkey expecting some characters to die – for instance, Schnapp's character, Will, has not been up to a lot during this season. The same can be said about Jonathan and Mike, but these characters are unlikely to be killed off, as the Duffer brothers are particularly known for getting rid of new and lovable characters rather than those already familiar enough.
However, Volume 2 might as well ruin the tradition and target pretty much anyone. Given that even Fallon was surprised to hear Schnapp's response, Noah's character might be in danger – who knows whether the actor was actually allowed to tease the upcoming deaths?
Volume 2 of 'Stranger Things' season 4 consists of two final episodes, which will premiere on Netflix on July 1.