Much like in any other series, co-stars sometimes find themselves in some sort of misunderstanding, regardless of how huge or petty the reasons may be. The same can also be said of the cast of "Stranger Things," and one of the show's senior actors tried to shed some light on how they handle squabbles.
In an interview with PEOPLE during a shoot for a Super Bowl commercial for Tide, actor David Harbour, who plays Police Chief Jim Hopper, shared some details on the dynamics of working with a group of teenagers. "We are a very dysfunctional family, of the mild dysfunction," said the 43-year-old actor. "The one thing I can say about the Stranger Things cast that I don't often feel when I do television and movies is that every single actor on that show that I've interacted with is a good-hearted person," he added.
He also said that their camaraderie is something that is "rare to find" in the business where there is a tendency for people to become narcissists. "We are a bunch of silly, good-hearted people. So whatever squabbles and drama that is created between us — of which there is — it all has a quality of like of a dysfunctional family," Harbour added.
Interestingly, Harbour admitted that he was at first "grumpy" at the idea of working with teens practically every day. Things, however, changed, as he could not be more happy and proud to work with his young co-stars. "It is amazing to watch because they're all like little saplings and you kind of see the trees that you thought were going one direction were going the opposite."
Meanwhile, "Stranger Things" executive producer Shawn Levy said in an interview with Glamour that season 3's storyline may not be as long as the first two. The showrunner said that it will be a season with eight to nine episodes and that Will Byers, the character played by Noah Schnapp, will be playing a much different part in the upcoming season.
Netflix has yet to announce the premiere date for season 3, although it is expected to return towards the end of 2018 or in early 2019.