Stranger Things David Harbour Says Season 4 Premiere Date Pushed Back
Stranger Things star David Harbour, 44, has revealed season four's release date, although he predicts it will be pushed back amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Taking part in an Instagram Live Q&A, the TV star, who plays Hawkins police chief Jim Hopper in the series, admitted that the next instalment was due to start early next year.
He shared: '[Season four was] supposed to come out early next year, I think, although I don't have authority on this.'
Details: Stranger Things star David Harbour, 44, revealed that the release date for season four but predicted it will be pushed back amid the coronavirus pandemic
The Black Widow actor added that much like many other TV and film productions, the show's season four premier will 'probably be pushed back' due to the current health crisis.
Last week, David revealed he jumped on a plane from his New York home to the UK to spend time with his other half Lily Allen, 34, after the Stranger Things set in Atlanta was shut down.
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To celebrate their reunion, the pair ended up on an Instagram Live where David admitted it was a 'really bad situation' for his mental health 'to be quarantined alone' in New York and so he decided to travel to be with his girlfriend.
During their cosy chat David revealed he'd flown over to the U.K. from New York after being told that Stranger Things Four had been delayed due to coronavirus.
Show stars: Earlier this month, it was revealed production on season four of Stranger Things had been halted due to the coronavirus pandemic spreading across the world (Pictured L-R: Sadie Sink Noah Schnapp, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard and Caleb McLaughlin)
Hop to it: The TV star plays Hawkins police chief Jim Hopper in the hit series
He said: 'I got an email from the producers saying we're shutting down for a couple of weeks.
'We don't know what any of this means. My hope is we get it up and running as soon as possible but I also suggested to Lily that season four should be animated.
Adding: 'My publisher also sent me an email saying Black Widow had been postponed and I think I replied "shocker." Wouldn't it be fun if we all could just stream it but that's above my pay grade.'
Together: David flew to the UK to be with girlfriend Lily Allen after the Stranger Things set was closed down during the coronavirus pandemic
The science fiction series, created by the Duffer Brothers, premiered in July 2016 on Netflix.
The show is about a fictional town called Hawkins, Indiana in the 1980s; season one focused on the disappearance of a young boy and the investigation of it as the town deals supernatural events occurring.
David also stars in the series alongside He stars alongside Millie Bobbie Brown, Winona Ryder, Gaten Matarazzo, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton and Caleb McLaughlin.
He's back: It was recently announced that actor Brett Gelman, who plays journalist turned conspiracy theorist Murray Bauman, was promoted to a series regular
It was recently announced that actor Brett Gelman, Best IPTV Box 2020 who plays journalist turned conspiracy theorist Murray Bauman, was promoted to a series regular, according to Deadline.
The 43-year-old actor, known for his role on Fleabag, made his debut on the series in season two.
The character had a more prominent role in season three; his series regular status will begin with season four.
Regular: The 43-year-old actor, known for his role on Fleabag, made his debut on the series in season two and had a more prominent role in season three