The Jim Hopper star has given a clue about season four (Picture: Netflix)
Anticipation ahead of Stranger Things season four is higher than ever, and now David Harbour has teased that the new episodes will set up a ‘definite ending’.
The actor, who has starred as Jim Hopper on the Netflix show since 2016, says that the upcoming instalments will point towards a conclusion.
It’s exciting news for fans, who’ve had to wait a long while for the delayed fourth season – although the comments do hint that the show could be coming to an ending sooner than some might like.
Speaking to Collider, the actor said about season four: ‘I mean it’s bigger, that’s the first thing. In scope, in scale, even in the idea that we’re not in Hawkins anymore. We, locale-wise, we’re bigger.
‘We’re introducing new stuff, but we’re also tightening and wrapping up in a certain direction to make it have a clear, clean, specific and definite ending at some point, which I can’t really talk about.’
What could that ‘clean, specific and definite ending’ be? Only time will tell.
David also recently spoke about Hopper’s storyline and where it will lead in season four, implying that he’ll have a ‘Gandalf-like resurrection’.
In the season three finale of hit Netflix series Stranger Things, police chief Hopper was presumed to be dead in an explosion, devastating Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), his adopted daughter.
However, in a teaser released in February last year for the sci-fi show, it was confirmed that Hopper survived the blast and is being kept captive as a prisoner.
Meanwhile, it looks like war is about to break out in Stranger Things season four as the cast were spotted preparing for battle in new pictures from the set.
Although Stranger Things bosses have yet to confirm a release date for the new series, Finn Wolfhard shared with a fan that the show ‘should be out some time next year, hopefully‘.
It was recently announced that there are some newcomers to the franchise, with four new stars joining the chaos.
Stranger Things is available to stream on Netflix.
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