Far from it. In fact, they're reaching nearly obsessive levels of work according to Harbour: "But also part of the thing is, like any good thing, they need time".
The scene became the defining meme for Stranger Things' second season, spawning Twitter accounts and video remixes - and plentiful gifs.
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He also had four blocks. "Our focus level is just on another level because of the injuries that we have on our team", Durant said. It marked the franchise's first time doing so in that long of a stretch away from home.
'Like, you probably won't get [Season 3] until sometime in 2019.
The plucky youngsters from Stranger Things won't be quite so young by the time the next series comes around.
We will continue to monitor the production of Stranger Things so be sure to check back for more updates on the series. No offence 2018, it's nothing personal, but 2019 is home to Star Wars 9, Game of Thrones season 8, Avengers 4 - and now it's looking likely that Stranger Things season 3 will join that already heaving list.
Meanwhile, Harbour stands to win more at the Golden Globes than just a pretty trophy for acting; if he breaks out those sweet dad moves onstage, Winona Ryder's extra-strength reaction from last year's Globes is officially going to be the second-most internet famous Stranger Things awards season moment. The showrunners, Matt and Ross Duffer, "work so hard", the actor added.
"Stranger Things" had a nice little Halloween tie-in with season 2, which came out on October 27, just days before the spooky holiday.
Why the delay? Harbour indicates that a big chunk of time is needed to get the scripts written and other work placed up on the Duffer brothers' shoulders. "I mean, they just sit in their apartment and write for 12, 14 hours a day". Instead of getting Season 3 in October of 2018, as hoped, it sounds like the wait may be longer.
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An infant with a phobia of Santa Claus sent a call for help through sign language when he found himself parked on St. Kerry Spencer shared an old photo of her son when he was just one-year-old sitting on Santa's knee.