As Strange things Near the end, Millie Bobby Brown is hinting at what’s still in store for fans.
The actress who played Eleven on the popular Netflix series visited Tonight’s show on Friday. While sitting down, she and host Jimmy Fallon discussed what viewers can expect when the first episode of the show’s fourth season premieres on May 27.
Brown, 18, said: “The main part and tagline of this plot is the beginning of the end. “We really had to dig into [Eleven’s] begins and how she becomes who she is to the people around her, and how to achieve that autonomy and become her own woman. So this season’s plot really digs into that. ”
When Fallon asked if fans could expect answers to the show’s ongoing mysteries, the star replied, “Definitely a lot of answers – lots of tears, lots of laughs.”
At another point in the interview, Enola Holmes the performer mentioned Strange things co-star Noah Schnapp was “the biggest prankster of them all” and recalls how she and the show’s crew recently tried to give him a taste of their own potion.
Brown is the series’ central actor who was cast earlier this year for the fifth and final season. The cast includes Winona Ryder, David Harbor and Finn Wolfhard.
The first part of Strange things season four premieres May 27 on Netflix.