Fans of the hit Netflix series Stranger Things were buzzing with excitement at the recent rumors of a spinoff series dedicated to Eleven, one of the show’s central characters.
The rumor began to circulate on the internet after the Daily Mail published an article claiming that Millie Bobby Brown, the actress who portrays Eleven, had been offered a $12 million contract to reprise her role. However, the creators of the show have denied the rumors and have put all hopes to rest.
The official Stranger Things Twitter account quickly posted a tweet denying the claims, stating that the rumor was completely false.
According to the creators of the series, the Duffer brothers, there have been no discussions with Brown regarding a spinoff series, nor are there any plans to create one.
They further mentioned that instead of focusing on the main characters of the show, they want to bring out characters who have so far remained in the shadows, ones that viewers do not know very well yet.
It is essential to note that the fifth and final season of Stranger Things is just around the corner. Fans can expect to find out what happens to Eleven and the rest of the characters as they conclude the show.
The Duffer brothers’ decision to end the show with its fifth season ensures that the story arc is wrapped up satisfactorily, and no loose ends remain.
In conclusion, while the rumors of a Stranger Things spinoff series starring Eleven may have been exciting, it is not in the works.
Fans can look forward to the final season of the series and trust that the Duffer brothers will deliver a satisfying conclusion to the beloved show.