Even though Netflix has yet to confirm that there will be a Season 4 of their popular series Stranger Things, fans have been eagerly theorizing what they think will happen next for the Hawkins gang, including the stars themselves.
Sadie Sink, who plays the feisty Max on the show, stopped to talk to Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet for Vanity Fair's Best Dressed List party in New York City this week, and shared her own hopes and dreams for the beloved characters, Yahoo! News reports.
Sink stated, “I just want to see them in high school, being normal kids. I feel like that's what all of us want at this point," adding, "We've been through enough, let them have a break."
Though fans love to see Max and her gang of friends defeat terrifying creatures like the Mind Flayer, we have to agree. These kids have been through a lot the last few years, and while Season 3 did try to give them more of an adolescence, it wasn’t without some supernatural devastation.
But will we even get to see what happens next in the lives of these characters? When ET asked Sink what she thought about the show continuing for another season, the 17-year-old actor said, "I can't confirm or deny because I really don't know."
Hopefully we will get to see the Hawkins gang return for at least one more hoorah, even if it is just to get a "break."