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Stranger Things, Maya Hawke wants Robin to remain single in the fifth season. The actress explains why

Stranger Things, Maya Hawke wants Robin to remain single in the fifth season.  The actress explains why

Stranger Things, Maya Hawke wants Robin to stay single

The interpreter of Robin Of Stranger Things, Maya Hawke has conflicting ideas about her character’s romantic future in the fifth and final season.

The thought of the actress is directed to the possible relationship with Vickie, played by Amybeth McNulty in the fourth season of the show Of Netflix. In a recent interview with Yahoo!Entertainment, Maya Hawke talked about the importance of friendship between Robin and Steve (Joe Keery) and expressed some concerns that a hypothetical relationship could cut into time with the friend on the series.

“That’s great, (but) I also love characters where love life isn’t the focus of their existence. That friendship with Steve is so special and the friendships have stayed with me all my life. I think they’re really important and deserve their place on the show.” At the end of the fourth season of Stranger Things, Robin e Vickie prepare – together – sandwiches with peanut butter and jam for the displaced of Hawkins after the fury of Vecna.

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Despite Vickie has not yet addressed the topic of her sexuality, she broke up with the boy and continues to feel embarrassed when he is with Robin, leaving room for imagination and a possible spark in the next season. At present, we know that the production of the fifth season of Stranger Things was delayed due to the writers’ strike. So, we will have to wait much longer to see the developments of Robin’s love life.

The creators of the series, the brothers Duffershowed their support for the strike in a recent tweet using the hashtag #wgastrong.

“While we are thrilled to begin production with our amazing cast and crew, that is not possible during this strike. We hope a fair settlement is reached soon so we can all get back to work. Over and out.”

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