*sPOILERS FOR SEASON 4 stranger things below!*
If you’re still dealing with major injuries and deaths during Season 4 strange things ending, We’re here to tell you that things *really* could have been worse. The creators of the hit series—the Duffer Brothers—revealed in a recent interview that yet another cast member was originally supposed to die before the close of episode 9… and you legally never guessed. Find out who it is.
Matt Duffer informs collider On the surprising revelation: “Who makes, who lives or dies. I think there was a version where Dimitri, aka Enzo, didn’t make it.” *Pauses for dramatic effect and emotional and spiritually regroups* “Then he ended it… but it’s [the most] What we ended up with versus the radical of a departure from the original idea,” Matt said.
Dmitry is played by Tom Vlaschiha, who you may also recognize as Jakan Haghar game of Thrones, However, in strange things season 4, His character is initially introduced as a guard who attempts to assist Hopper in escaping a Russian prison with the help of smuggler Yuri Ismailov… that is, until he himself is convicted of treason. Doesn’t get imprisoned. It’s when Dimitri really wins over our hearts when he and Hopper strike an unlikely bond in their attempt to break out… come and save the universe.
At the end of Season 4, Dimitri also makes it out of the Russian prison, along with Hopper, Joyce, and Murray—though eagle-eyed fans noticed that when Hopper and Joyce returned to Hawkins, he was noticeably absent, so TBD how his story eventually plays out on Season 5. Both Dmitry and Yuri quickly became fan favorites during the new season, so much so that Stephen King—yes, He Stephen King- even said that he wanted to see a spinoff built around Yuri.
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Ross Duffer also expanded on how he and his brothers rarely deviate from the story, making the decision not to kill Dimitri more meaningful. “When we’re breaking a season, the first thing we’re talking about is where do we want this story to end? So the end is always that goal post,” he explained “Even when we’re breaking down the episode, we know where we’re headed. I don’t think we’ve truly deviated in any season for the finale, we’ve always stuck to it. I believe the case is the same here.”
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