STRANGER Things actress Millie Bobby Brown was forced to plead with co-star David Harbour to stop him spilling secrets on season 4 in a desperate attempt to keep the plot under wraps.
The actor, who plays Jim Hopper in the hit Netflix series, took to his Instagram Live for a chat about the fourth instalment – which could be its last.
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Season three wrapped with the alleged death of Chief Hopper so it may have been surprising to some that he was fronting the video of "spoilers".
David, who recently married singer Lily Allen, was seen in his police officer costume and confirmed he was "shooting season four", thereby confirming his character is alive – something that was suggested in the show trailer released in February.
Revealing hints of blood smeared over his face and a scab above his eyebrow, the star confessed to the camera: "I don’t think I’m supposed to be showing you these.
He added: "Who wants to hear spoilers for season four?
"I could just read directly from the script. That would be good."
The American, who has starred in Stranger Things since the first series, told how he was having a "tough" day of filming before Millie, who plays Eleven, arrived.
Millie, with her hair died a vibrant orange, joined the chat and appeared very confused.
He cheekily said: "Oh Millie, don’t tell Netflix. Don’t tell Netflix I’m doing an Instagram Live from set.
"I’m just going to read your section from the script, Millie.
"I’m just going to tell everyone what happens to Eleven."
She bluntly replied: "What are you doing?" before he continued the banter and said: "I know, I’m so crazy.
"I’m so crazy I shouldn’t be doing this."
Then came a bang on the door as he was called back to set and Millie, 17, squealed: "Get off of Live! Go back to work!"
David, who plays her on-screen adoptive dad, quipped: "I’m getting fired," as he departed.
Shawn Levy, the producer of Stranger Things, previously confirmed a fourth series is officially underway.
He said: “The truth is we're definitely going four seasons and there's very much the possibility of a fifth” and added that “Beyond that, it becomes I think very unlikely".
Although no official release date has been announced yet, the series usually begins in either July or October.
On February 14 2020 Netflix released a trailer for season 4 of Stranger Things.
Fans have been left wondering if Chief Hopper (David Harbour) was still alive.
After much speculation the trailer confirms he's still with us (albeit slightly battered and bruised) and being held captive in a prison camp in Russia.
The show's creators, the Duffer brothers said of the return: "Although it’s not all good news for our American; he is imprisoned far from home in the snowy wasteland of Kamchatka, where he will face dangers both human…and other."
They added: "Season 4 is shaping up to be the biggest and most frightening season yet, and we cannot wait for everyone to see more.
"In the meantime, pray for the American."
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