The end of Stranger Things season three, which is streaming on Netflix now, sees Eleven (played by Millie Bobby Brown) lose a lot. Eleven first loses her powers and then loses her ‘father’ in the season three finale of Stranger Things on Netflix. Stranger Things season three also sees Eleven find a new home in a new town.
WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Stranger Things season 3
Eleven ends Stranger Things season three about to leave Hawkins with Joyce (Winona Ryder), Will (Noah Schnapp) and Jonathan Byers (Charlie Heaton).
Though we do not see this as it happens during the time jump, this presumably comes after the Byers open their home to her after her father-of-sorts Hopper (David Harbour) dies.
In the Battle of Starcourt Mall, Hopper died in an explosion after he and Joyce closed the gate between Hawkins and the Upside Down.
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Eleven reads a letter from Hopper at the end of Stranger Things season 3 (Image: Netflix)
Eleven lost her powers at the end of Stranger Things season 3 (Image: Netflix)
As they are getting ready to leave, Eleven is given the letter Hopper wrote to her and Mike (Finn Wolfhard).
The letter reads: “Feelings. Jesus. The truth is, for so long, I'd forgotten what those even were. I've been stuck in one place - in a cave, you might say. A deep dark cave. And then, I left some Eggos out in the woods and you came into my life and... for the first time in a long time, I started to feel things again. I started to feel happy.
“But lately, I guess I've been feeling... distant from you. Like you're pulling away from me or something. I miss playing board games every night, making triple-decker Eggo extravaganzas at sunrise,