Stranger Things Fans Think Eddie’s Finale Scene Will Go Down As Most Iconic In Show’s History

** SPOILER ALERT for Stranger Things Season 4**

We all knew Stranger Things Season 4 was going to be epic and it’s safe to say that for viewers waiting on the second instalment of the season, it didn’t disappoint.

In fact, fans are hailing the finale as one of the best episodes yet, with one particular scene being called ‘iconic’ by viewers.

In the final episode of the second part of season four, viewers watched Hawkins’ Hellfire Club head into the Upside Down to take on Vecna. Yet the standout moment for fans was watching character Eddie Munson playing guitar in the alternate universe, all while facing down hellish bats with his life in serious danger.

The dramatic scene combined with the 80s hit ‘Master of Puppets’ by Metallica has won fans over already, with some even saying it could get the same status as Kate Bush’s ‘Running Up That Hill’ in the first part of season four.

One fan tweeted: “How powerful was this scene, where eddie sounded and dedicated master of puppets of metallica to chrissy?”

Another added: “This scene made my year, when he picked up the guitar i thought it would be great if he start playing it and they did it. Eddie playing Master of Puppets will become one of the most iconic scenes in television of this year , easily.”

“The most metal performance I’ve ever witnessed, shredding Metallica’s Master of Puppets in a literal hellscape, Eddie Munson: The Freak, The Banished, THE HERO,” said another.

Eddie's scene in the finale of Stranger Things has won fans over.  Credit: Netflix
Eddie’s scene in the finale of Stranger Things has won fans over. Credit: Netflix

A fourth declared: “Eddie playing master of puppets scene is kinda one of the best scenes in stranger things”.

The latest series of the Netflix hit has now set an all-time streaming record, with fans racking up billions of minutes of watch-time since season four hit the streaming platform.

The hit program had a whopping 7.2 billion minutes of viewing time from between 30 May and 5 June, according to figures from Nielsen.

Viewers of the finale have gone wild for Eddie's guitar playing scene at the end of Season Four.  Credit: Netflix
Viewers of the finale have gone wild for Eddie’s guitar playing scene at the end of Season Four. Credit: Netflix

The rankings also showed that from 23 May to 29 May, Stranger Things had 5.14 billion minutes viewing, bringing the two-week total to 12.34 billion minutes.

This isn’t the only record season four has been broken, it was also Netflix’s most-viewed season of English language TV in one week as well as being the first season to reach number one in 83 countries on the streaming platform’s top 10.

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