'Stranger Things' Season 4 Is "Almost Done," Says David Harbour

The actor tells Jimmy Kimmel that shooting should finish in August
'Stranger Things' Season 4 Is 'Almost Done,' Says David Harbour
Well, it looks like Finn Wolfhard was right all along: we probably won't be getting a new season of Stranger Things this year. Straight from the mouth of Hawkins' own police chief, Jim Hopper (a.k.a. the real-life David Harbour), we're now learning that Season 4 hasn't even finished shooting yet.

But rest assured, Harbour has now revealed that the fourth season is "almost done," as told in his late-night Tuesday (June 1) interview with Jimmy Kimmel.

When probed about the highly anticipated new chapter of the popular Netflix series, Harbour dropped some hints about when we can expect to see more of the Upside Down.

"You're not supposed to say but I'll tell you. Yeah, I'm almost done," Harbour told Kimmel. "I've got one more, like, little stint. We should be done in, like, August. I gotta shave [my head] again."

Harbour also confirmed that Hopper ended Season 3 inside a Russian prison cell and that the storyline will factor into Season 4 somehow.

Previously, Netflix dropped a Season 4 teaser that showed Millie Bobby Brown's Eleven trapped inside a creepy science lab. Aside from Harbour's latest spill, Wolfhard also previously teased that the forthcoming batch of episodes is "the darkest season there's ever been."

The Duffer Brothers have given zero hints about any sort of release date for the upcoming season, but Wolfhard seems to think we can expect a 2022 release.

Watch Harbour's full interview below — where he also talks about his marriage to Lily Allen and his shiny new role in Marvel's Black Widow