Netflix crashed on Friday as fans around the world rushed to watch the final two episodes of Stranger Things season four.
And now the show’s cast have ventured to social media to share their reaction to the shocking season finale.
Taking to his Instagram Stories actor Noah Schnapp, who plays Will Byers in the series, shared a snap of himself in tears – leaving fans furious as he seemingly gave away spoilers.
‘I Love you but STOP!’: Fans were left furious as Stranger things actor Noah Schnapp seemingly spoils the season four finale on Friday
Holding his hand to his head mournfully he captioned the snap: ‘Happy Stranger Things finale’.
Before tweeting: ‘I’m not ready to see the worlds reaction to a certain death…’.
Fans were left furious with one writing: NOAH?!? I LIKE YOU BUT SOMETIMES YOU NEED SO STFU STOP’.
While another added: ‘Noah stop’
And a third commented: ‘Literally’.
End of an era: Holding his hand to his head mournfully he captioned the snap: ‘Happy Stranger Things finale’
Shhh! Before tweeting: ‘I’m not ready to see the worlds reaction to a certain death…’
The actor went on to share a screengrab that read: “DOWN HE GOES AHAHAHAHAHAHAH,” adding, “…And we won’t miss u.” – seemingly in reference to villain Vecna’s (Jamie Campbell Bower) demise.
In the finale fan favourite Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn) also met his untimely end, with his wounds from the Demobats proving too much to survive.
Dying in pal Dustin’s (Gaten Matarazzo) arms as Eddie tells him: ‘I didn’t run away this time, right? You’re going to have to look after those little sheep for me right.’
Stop: Fans were left furious buy the actor’s tweet with one writing: NOAH?!? I LIKE YOU BUT SOMETIMES YOU NEED SO STFU STOP’.
Max (Sadie Elizabeth Sink) found herself in peril as she was left struggling to recover from Vecna’s attack, leaving her in a coma and unlikely to see again.
Following an epic battle the monster disappears leaving Will to say:’ ‘Now that I’m here in Hawkins, I can feel him and he’s hurting but he’s still alive’.
In the final moments, particles from the Upside Down beginning to bleed into the town of Hawkins. With Vecna having told Even (Millie Bobby Brown) ‘Hawkins will burn and fall, with the rest of this senseless, broken world,’
RIP: In the finale fan favourite Eddie Munson (Jospeh Quinn, left) met his untimely end while Max (Sadie Elizabeth Sink, right) was left in a coma
Before adding: ‘I will be there to pick up the pieces when it does and remake it into something beautiful.’
Following the streaming platform reaching it’s capacity following the episodes dropping the cast couldn’t help but gush over the show’s unique fanbase.
David Harbour (Jim Hopper) took to his Instagram stories wriign: ‘Scener.com just crashed, I’m proud of you nerds’.
And Jamie Campbell Bower tweeted: ‘ “Ya’ll broke the internet! Lol”.
Prouid: after the site crashed David Harbour (Jim Hopper) took to his Instagram stories wriign: ‘Scener.com just crashed, I’m proud of you nerds’
And Jamie Campbell Bower tweeted: ‘ “Ya’ll broke the internet! Lol”
Within minutes of Season 4 Part 2 being released on the streaming service on Friday, the entire platform was down and returned a message telling subscribers ‘this page isn’t working,’ and instructing others to: ‘please try again later’.
The overwhelming influx of fans appears to have pushed Netflix beyond its capacity, leaving thousands of furious subscribers to share news of their tech issues to Twitter.
One fan fumed: ‘I did not just count down the seconds like it’s New Years for Netflix to crash #StrangerThings.’
Oh no! Just minutes after the final instalment on Stranger Things Season 4 dropped on Friday, Netflix crashed, with fans around the world taking to social media to vent their frustration
Terrifying: The fourth season has brought with it many twists, turns, and plotline surprises – as well as the show’s most sinister villain yet: terrifying hell demon, Vecna, played by British actor Jamie Campbell Bower
‘Netflix crash? Please let me watch Stranger Things or I’ll cry,’ begged another subscriber, with someone else tweeting: ‘The power of the stranger things fandom to literally crash netflix… unparalleled.’
The fourth season has already brought with it many twists, turns, and plotline surprises – as well as the show’s most sinister villain yet: terrifying hell demon, Vecna, played by British actor Jamie Campbell Bower.
The mind-bending finale of Season 4 part 1 revealed that Vecna’s true identity was Henry Creel aka Number One, shocking viewers.
Coming soon: Fans eagerly awaited the final two episodes of Stranger Things season 4 on Netflix, which were released on Friday