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‘The show has too many characters.’: Maya Hawke admits of too many characters in the Stranger Things

from the show admits to having too many characters in the show, which is due to the love of the for their actors.

Stranger Things' final season

As the Stranger Things show enters its final season, the cast and crew members finally agree on one thing in common. Even if one character's death still doesn't feel right, Maya Hawke agreed with that more people on the show should die. 

In an interview with Vanity Fair, Maya Hawke admitted that Eddie Munson's character, played by , died in and said,  “I don't think he should've died, but I do think the show has too many characters.”

Hawke's critical remark comes after Brown said that she asked Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer, both 38, to make the show more violent with bloodshed. Brown, during the season 4 premiere, admitted that 

“There were like 50 of us, “I was like, ‘You need to start killing people off.' The Duffer brothers are two sensitive Sallies that don't want to kill anyone off. We need to watch “Game of Thrones.”

Also Read: Netflix's Stranger Things season 5: Everything we know so far

Season 1-season 4 death toll

From season 1 to 4, so far, a handful of characters have been killed, which all started with Barb as Shannon Purser in season 1which then channeled the hashtag #JusticeForBarb on social media. 

After Munson's death in season 4, Eleven's laboratory father, played by , was gunned down by government officials, followed by the death of Max by Sadie Sink. The latter fell into a coma in season 4. All these subsequent deaths in all four seasons kindle emotions among the viewers as the series wraps with season 4.

Maya Hawke ready to die

‘The show has too many characters.' Maya Hawke admits of too many characters in the Stranger Things

Maya Hawke told rolling stone that “I would love to die and get my hero's moment, I'd love to die with honor, as any actor would.” She also added that only for this reason Duffer Brothers are hesitant

“I love the way that the Duffer Brothers love their actors. The reason that they write so beautifully for me and for everyone else is that they fall in love with their actors and their characters, and they don't want to kill them. I think that's a beautiful quality that they have, and I wouldn't wish it away.”

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