David Harbour, as Jim Hopper, is an adored character on the show, and his presence in Stranger Things Season 4 is one of the greatest mysteries. Hopper died in the finale of the previous season and left us all heart-broken. While fans are praying for his return, the actor calls the Netflix series a “Disaster.” Here’s everything you need to know.
Stranger Things debuted back in 2016 to become an overnight success. The series received immense amounts of love and appreciation from fans and critics alike. In fact, it became the beginning of Netflix’s obsession with quality content. The show is still running strong, with a fourth season coming up our way. Besides, we might even move out of Hawkins this time.
Stranger Things Season 4: Renewal & Production Details
The heavily-promoted Season 3 turned out to be a treat for Netflix subscribers. It was much more entertaining than ever with several unexpected twists in the way. Although the story gets a lot more intense towards the end than we all expected. Our mighty heroes finally win over the Mind Flayer. However, misery didn’t end there as there’s still a lot to come in Stranger Things Season 4.
Stranger Things tops the list of Netflix’s most popular, successful, and trustable shows. The streamer is highly confident about the series. Hence, it barely took any time to renew it for another installment. The news came through social media posts. In fact, the teaser in the post claimes that we’re moving out of Hawkins in the fourth installment.
On the other hand, the cast members of Stranger Things Season 4 may soon begin filming for it. As per reports, the productions are scheduled sometime around January 2020 this time. Although, they may continue up to August 2020, delaying the release of the episodes.
David Harbour Calls The Show A “Disaster”
Harbour’ Jim Hopper is loved and adored by most of the Stranger Things fans. His character is an important one and means a lot to the plot. However, the actor initially had no confidence in his own performance on the show. According to Express, David Harbour didn’t believe that the series will be a success.
He elaborates that before the release of the show back in 2016, he was convinced that it would be a failure. In fact, he was assuming it to be a disaster. Harbour explains that initially, his show wasn’t being promoted, which hinted him that the showrunners are burying the series. The lack of promotions and advertisements made him wonder if the show would ever be a success.
Although his main concern for Stranger Things failing was his own performance. Harbour described that he thought that he was tanking the show. However, all of these assumptions turned out to be the total opposite, and the series shined bright upon its release. It became an overnight success reintroducing Netflix’s quality of content.
When Will Season 4 Be Online?
The popular sci-fi series takes a lot more time than most other shows on the streaming platform. It has an uneven release pattern with installments premiering with long gaps between them. The third season debuted back on July 4, 2019, and hard to presume if Stranger Things Season 4 will return in 2020 or not. As of now, a late-2020 or early-2021 release looks likely. Although it’s always wise to wait for an official confirmation.