The directors of Stranger Things give a warning about the season 4 finale

The directors of Stranger Things give a warning about the season 4 finale ...

Season 4 spoilers for Stranger Things follow.

The fourth season of Volume 2 of Stranger Things is approaching, and many fans are concerned about the fate of some of their favourite characters, and the Duffer Brothers are not prepared to deal with this worry.

The dazzling twist of the Volume 1 final unveiled test subject number One (Jamie Campbell Bower) to be Vecna in this season, and it appears like Nancy (Natalia Dyer) might be his next victim as she becomes paralyzed in the Upside Down.

Meanwhile, Hopper (David Harbour, Joyce, Winona Ryder, and Murray, like Stan W. Gelman, have remained in the Russian prison, which just happens to be infested with Demogorgons.

It''s safe to say that none of the actors in the show were left in the safest situations, and co-creator Ross Duffer has warned fans that they have every reason to be concerned.

"I don''t really want to say, but I''d be concerned about the characters coming into Volume 2," he told Variety.

"I hope that that is somewhat of the sense, because it is a darker season and the kids are no longer kids. And there''s kind of a dangerous feeling that things may not go well. Now, whether they do [die] or not, you''ll have to watch."

Fans seem to be concerned about one particular character, Steve Harrington, who is now a guest of the website.

Steve was last seen trying to shake Nancy out of her Vecna paralysis, and there''s been speculation about whether or not he''ll make it out of this season.

Ross replies that "It feels wrong to say''excited'', but I''m conscientious that people are concerned. And they should be concerned about entering the final two seasons of Season 4 for everyone."

Season 4 of Stranger Things premieres on Netflix on July 1, respectively.