Stranger Things 3 is coming next Fourth of July!
That's because Netflix has announced that's the day it will release the eagerly awaited new season of its hit, "Stranger Things".
From the few crumbs dropped by its cast and writers, what we know so far of what to expect include the potential re-emergence of evil scientist Brenner (Matthew Modine) whose apparently grisly death was conveniently off-camera. The video included a homage to Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 1985 that eventually included some footage from the broadcast interspersed with some, well, more stranger things. But since Hawkins is no normal town, the clip was occasionally interrupted with weird computer code glitches, and started at one point to turn upside down, as in THE Upside Down.
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The third season of the sci-fi horror series premieres on Netflix on July 4, U.S. time, meaning it will be available for Kiwis to binge-watch on July 5.
While it's a bummer we have to wait all the way until July 4, it looks like the show will be set at the same time but in the summer of 1985.
Netflix also released a new poster for Stranger Things season 3 featuring the tagline "One summer can change everything" and Eleven and Mike holding hands as they watch a fireworks display with their friends.