​The stars of ​Stranger Things have repeatedly teased what the show has in store for us in Season 3.


In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, David Harbour dropped some further hints on how the new season will play out. 


"The scripts are really great this year," the actor, who portrays ​Chief Jim Hopper on the show, said. "And in the new directions that we're going, all of us are taking a lot of risks. We're all a little bit out of our comfort zone."

For those keeping track, so far we know Season 3 will be the ​Summer of Love, will be set in ​1985, will be ​darker than previous seasons, will have new ​cast members, and now we know the show is taking a lot of risks.


These are all rather vague details, but they just further the hype everyone has for the new season, which we also know will show the development of the father-daughter relationship between Hopper and ​Eleven. 

"I wish I could characterize the season, but to me it's so big," Harbour told The Hollywood Reporter. "Just taking my story, for example, it's fun to see Hopper having adopted Eleven. She's become legitimized in the society, in the world of Hawkins. And he's a father now. He's raising a teenage daughter ... So I think that can be pretty funny to see his inadequacies in all of this."


Season 3 is in the middle of production in Atlanta, GA.