The cast of the smash Netflix hit Stranger Things are beginning to travel the press circuit as the first part of Season 4 approaches. Millie Bobby Brown made a visit on a talk show on Friday night. There she revealed some fresh insights about the show’s upcoming themes. Millie talked about a lot of things, including the new theme of the show. However, unintentionally or not, Millie equated Stranger things with another Netflix hit, Ozark.
But all those who have seen the two shows know that they have nothing in common except being incredible great prices of art. So what could Millie Bobby Brown say that linked the two series together? Let us find out.
Millie Bobby Brown on Stranger Things and Ozark
Millie and the whole cast of Stranger Things have been busy going around talking about the series in multiple interviews and talk shows. Brown recently went to The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, where she talked about and shared multiple things.
Apart from discussing her fear of Noah and how good she is at accents. Millie talked about the fourth season and its new theme. She said, “The main part and the slogan of this storyline is it’s the beginning of the end.”
Now, this is a blink it, and you will miss it type of a moment. But Millie clearly states that the theme the show’s creators have kept is the beginning of the end. This slogan can also be seen in the Stranger Things official season 4 poster.
However, if you were a fan of Ozark, you must have heard the phrase before. Ozark season 4 episode 1 had the very same title: “The Beginning of the End.”
And we all know Ozark, too, like Stranger Things was split into two halves. Therefore this is huge proof that this season of Stranger Things might start collecting a lot of pieces from its previous season.
After all, Season 5 is to be the last season of the hit superhero show. So the series needs to move towards its climax by the end of this season.
We will have to wait till May 27th to know for sure if that is the case or not.
What do you think? Will Stranger Things start moving towards its end by this season? Let us know what you think in the comments.