Maybe, as the chullo of the institute, Steve Harrington began you falling a little bad in ‘Stranger Things’. However, with the passage of the chapters and the seasons, the character of Keery has shown his good heart and paid a lot for his “superficial” years of high school.
He was one of the great protagonists of the third season, and all thanks to his Scoops Ahoy uniform. Now that the fourth is detained by the Coronavirus, the actor has spoken with Total Film to comment a bit on the expected delivery.
Oh man, it’s great. The Duffer Brothers have done it again. I think this year, and I know I say this every year, it’s definitely going to be a lot scarier than the years before, although the previous season was already pretty dark.
That costume has served its purpose and I’m glad it is removed (laughs). Do I have it at home for Halloween? No, unfortunately. They didn’t let me have one someday!
The new season was slated to premiere in early 2021 but may be delayed due to the hiatus. The previous three are available on Netflix.
The previous three seasons were released in July 2016, October 2017 and July 2019, respectively. The widening gap between seasons (15 months between seasons 1 and 2, 21 months between seasons 2 and 3) potentially hints at a slightly earlier release by 2021, which was confirmed by Harbor as Netflix’s initial intention. With things a little later due to the delay in filming, perhaps another July release for the show?
Station 19’s season finale: Grey’s Anatomy characters including Meredith Grey to appear. (Opens in a new browser tab)
Other theories included the release of Season 4 of Stranger Things on Christmas Day 2020 or New Year’s Day 2021. Seasons 2 and 3 linked their stories and releases to major holidays (Halloween and Independence Day, respectively), so perhaps the intention was to follow up once again being tagged on a holiday. Of course, that now seems unlikely, unless they wait an entire year to release the new episodes.