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Natalia Dyer Thinks STRANGER THINGS Delays Could Be Blessing

Even though Netflix’s Stranger Things 4 has been delayed due to COVID-19, star Natalia Dyer thinks it could end up being helpful to the writers.

Dyer tells THR: “Normally, we get the first few scripts, and then they have to keep writing due to the schedule of it. And it takes a while to craft a script. So, normally, there’s a kind of ‘writing as we’re going,’ but it seems they’ve had enough time. I think it’s maybe been a blessing for the writers, in some way, because they had the time to just sit down, think, and create. So, yeah, it appears to be that they’ve got it all down.”

She adds: “I think we were just maybe a few weeks into filming. I was still kind of getting used to it and finding the flow of it and getting my body used to waking up at whatever hour. Yeah, it was wild. At first, it was like, ‘Okay, we’re going to go on a two-week hiatus,’ and then, it was like, ‘Okay, we’re really going to go on a hiatus.’ So, yeah, it’s kind of wild to think about because it’s something that you look forward to so much, and there’s so much preparation and excitement around it. And then, we start and stop. And now, it’s been quite a while. But I’m very, very excited for when we do go back. I’m excited by the scripts. I’m excited for everything that this season is going to be. But yeah, it’s an interesting time...”

Dyer also (kinda) confirmed that the new season will sport nine episodes. But that said, it’s still very unclear when season four will resume filming.

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Written by Mike Sprague

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