London — For Hit Fans eagerly awaiting the season 4 finale of the Netflix show Stranger Things, cast member David Harbor has a clear message.
The sci-fi drama set in the 1980s is back in late May. The first volume of the episode shows a new supernatural horror that emerges from an upside-down alternative dimension and plagues the fictional Indian town of Hawkins.
Fans admire the new season, four weeks after its release, which has been watched on Netflix's English TV list for 102.26 million hours and remains at the top. ..
The last two episodes with a finale of more than two hours will be released on July 1st.
"Points if you've enjoyed Season 4 before, get ready (the last two episodes), like a champ change comparing what you've seen. It's the best to show, "Harbor, who plays the fan's favorite character hopper, told Reuters.
"It's a masterpiece, beautiful and spectacular ... but it's also almost ridiculous scale and range, mysterious, almost comic-like ... you'll be blown away."
Harbor, who said Season 5 will start filming next year, is now in London producing a new play, "Madhouse," a dark comedy part inspired by his own experience of mental illness. ..
Like his young co-star, "Stranger Things" has made him a global spotlight since its premiere in 2016.
"It's a zeitgeist. I haven't participated in anything like this, but it's been seven years, so I'm used to what it means and where I am in it. "He said.
"I'm very happy to be part of something that impressed me ... so many young people ... I always thought there would probably be an art film career that might appeal to the old man. It was ... and suddenly ... I can. "It's very strange for me to attend because I'm passing junior high school without being harassed.
(Report by Hannah Lantara, Written by Marie Louise Gumtian, Edited by Gareth Jones)