Joe Keery says Stranger Things will “not be easy” to end


Steve Harrington, who started out as a bully and was the antagonist of Jonathan Byers, a more sympathetic character, really changed his life on

Stranger Things

. He went from being a typical bully to a sympathetic character. Joe Keery, who played him, became a fan favourite as the seasons progressed. He was a key member of Hawkins’ gang, and a great ice cream scooper. Steve Harrington and Joe Keery are sure to be missed as Stranger things approaches, albeit slowly due the ongoing WGA/SAG-AFTRA strike. In the meantime, Keery is prepping for the conclusion.Speaking with Women’s Wear Daily, Joe Keery admitted that Stranger Things

‘ series finale is inevitable but will be a difficult sendoff for him. “It feels like it’s about time. It won’t easy to end. I mean, my entire career is owed to that show. All the opportunities I’ve had since then are due to that show…So this is a very convoluted situation. There’s relief and sadness. It’ll be nice to have the end of this too.” It’ll be nice to have the end of this too.”Joe Keery’s sentiments on the end of Stranger Things really aren’t all that different from those of co-stars Millie Bobby Brown and David Harbour, who have expressed that they are ready to get to work on the fifth season and comfortable with bidding farewell.As for what Joe Keery has lined up after

Stranger Things, he’ll join the cast of season five of Fargo

(playing Jon Hamm’s son), in addition to landing roles in Keir O’Donnell’s Marmalade and the Liam Neeson thriller Cold Storage.What do you hope to see come of Steve in the fifth and final season of Stranger Things? Let us know!

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