David Harbor reveals that at first he thought Stranger Things was going to flop

The actor thought the series would be a ratings catastrophe. (Photo: Netflix release)
The actor thought the series would be a ratings catastrophe. (Photo: Netflix release)

Stranger Things actor David Harbour confessed during a panel at Comic Con in NY that he thought the series would flop. He revealed that he was talking about it with Vampire Diaries actor Paul Wesley. The two believed that the lack of publicity material in the first season would lead the series to failure. What did not happen.

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The actor revealed that he panicked two weeks before the premiere. Since he and his friend had come to the conclusion that the show was not going to work. He believed that the series had not turned out well, and that it was partly his fault. “I was like, oh no, I blew it. I have one of the lead roles and I blew it,” he said. In the end, the series became one of the most watched on the platform in different countries, and won the audience right away.

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Finally, their concern was precipitated. In the first 16 days on the platform, the show reached the mark of 8.2 million streams, and touched on prestigious series such as Orange is the new Black, and the spinoff of Fuller house. The series brings a mix of 80s nostalgia, a bit of science fiction, and a dash of dramatic horror. The combination has won the favor of the public, who are eagerly awaiting the fifth and final season. What will the Duffer Brothers be preparing for this end?


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