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Stranger Things season 4: David Harbour confirms pre-coronavirus release date but, alas, delays are coming

2 monthes ago   |   By Metro

Stranger Things 4 release date changed thanks to coronavirus

Stranger Things star David Harbour has confirmed season 4 will face delays over the coronavirus outbreak.
Netflix announced production of the sci-fi phenomenon had been postponed until further notice, just weeks after filming began.
And now the Jim Hopper actor has revealed further pushbacks on the eagerly anticipated fourth chapter in Matt and Ross Duffer's 80s throwback series.
Speaking in an Instagram Live Q&A, the 44-year-old told his 5.6 million followers season 4 was ‘supposed to come out early next year'.
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