The upcoming fifth season of Stranger Things it will be the show’s last and, before its conclusion, the star David Harbour revealed that he’s ready to say goodbye to one of the greatest shows ever. Talking with Discussing Film Harbor – who plays the police officer Jim Hopper in the series – said that while he initially didn’t think he ever wanted the series to end, he now thinks it’s time for the series to end.
“The funny thing is that when I started the series, I never wanted it to end. That’s why I love the series. I think it’s a great show, even if I wasn’t there,” Harbor said. “Now that it’s been almost nine years since the first season was filmed, I think it’s time for it to end“. David Harbour said that the series that is about to end will have an ending”very bittersweet“, but who thinks it’s time for everyone to “leave that nest” and start trying other things.
“But it is, of course, very bittersweet. You know, there’s a certain sadness thereì,” Harbor explained. “But also, we’ve all grown up. It’s time for us to leave that nest and try other things and different projects. And let the Duffer Brothers try different things too. I mean, those guys are so talented. I want to see what they come up with next. So it’s bittersweet, but it’s definitely time.”
Stranger Things is set in the 1980s in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana. When a young boy goes missing, a small town uncovers a mystery involving secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces, and a strange little girl. The series is currently starring Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby BrownNoah Schnapp, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Joe Keery, Charlie Heaton, Sadie Sink, Maya Hawke, Priah Ferguson, Cara Buono and Brett Gelman .
The fourth season of Stranger Things set a record for Netflix, being watched over 287 million hours during the week of May 23-30. That’s not only a strong finish for the week’s number one spot for Netflix, but it’s also more than enough to break the record for the streaming platform’s biggest premiere weekend for an English-language series, which was previously held by Netflix. second season of Bridgerton (193 million hours).