Stranger Things‘ has undoubtedly become everyone’s favourite, becoming Netflix‘s second title to surpass one billion hours of viewing. Amul, known for its clever and artistic topical advertisements, took to social media to celebrate the show’s success, which features some of its most popular characters.

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The Amul advertisement featured the show’s main character, Millie Bobby Brown, Eleven, holding a slice of bread with butter on it. As she looked into the camera, she held a knife with butter in her other hand. Other cast members from the hit show included Jim Hopper, Mike, Lucas, Dustin, Nancy, and Steve. The poster’s clever tagline read, “Butter makes things stronger. Eleven, Amul out of ten”.

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Social media users loved the advertisement and flooded the comments saying, “This is so creative…You deserve applause,” “This is undoubtedly perfect.”

The show’s main cast, the kids – Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Gaten Matarazzo, and Caleb McLaughlin – have taken over the internet ever since both volumes of ‘Stranger Things’ season 4 landed on Netflix.  

‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Part 2 ended on July 1 with the final two episodes, and the show will conclude entirely in Season 5.

The Duffer Brothers have already teased possible spinoffs and confirmed that work on the spinoff is proceeding concurrently with final season preparations.

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In a statement released along with the announcement of ‘Stranger Things 4′, the Duffer brothers said: “Seven years ago, we planned out the complete story arc for Stranger Things. At the time, we predicted the story would last four to five seasons. It proved too large to tell in four, but — as you’ll soon see for yourselves — we are now hurtling towards our finale. Season 4 will be the penultimate season; season 5 will be the last.”