Sink, who portrays Max Mayfield on Stranger Things, discussed her tight relationships with her co-stars.,,
The connection between Sadie Sink and Millie Bobby Brown stretches well beyond the Stranger Things set.
Sink, 20, claimed that she, Brown, and their Stranger Things co-stars are really close friends in real life, to the point where they’ve helped each other navigate growing up in the public eye.
Sink told Access, “Without each and every child on the show, I believe we’d be lost.” “When things get totally insane, or when you need to talk to someone who knows exactly what you’re going through, we rely heavily on one another. We possess one another.”
She went on, “Initially, Millie was the only female in the group. Therefore, I believe it was positive that we had that relationship.”
The All Too Well (10 Minute Version) actress hailed her co-stars’ support, describing their bond as “very special and something I’m so grateful for.”
The fourth season of Stranger Things aired in two parts this past summer, and Max Mayfield’s destiny is still unknown…
Season 4 concluded with Max’s near-death confrontation against the show’s primary antagonist, Vecna (Jamie Campbell Bower).
Max was spared by Brown’s Eleven despite the fact that she nearly suffered the same fate as many of the Hawkins youths.
However, the series concluded with Max in a coma and blind after she fell from Vecna’s hands with numerous shattered bones.
Stranger Things has been renewed for a fifth and final season, the premiere date of which has yet to be determined. Seasons 1–4 are currently available on Netflix.