Stranger Things reveals its third-season premiere date

Stranger Things reveals its third-season premiere date

Netflix revealed the debut date with a new teaser video that aptly fits the New Year, leading the kids from Hawkins, Indiana into 1985 where the new tagline (and accompanying poster) say that "One Summer Can Change Everything". First, Dick Clark appeared during "live" footage of his 1985 "Rockin' New Year's Eve" special, but as the camera panned to the crowd, the image was interrupted by some static and crypto code.

Just before 2018 ended, Netflix tweeted out another trailer for Stranger Things 3 (the above video is a shortened version from Netflix's YouTube channel).

Trust Netflix to wait until New Year's Eve to announce the release date for one of 2019's most hyped TV show arrivals: Stranger Things Season 3.

Fans have until July 4 to figure out what exactly that means.

"We're thinking it will be a four-season thing and then out", Ross Duffer told Vulture previous year.

A new tagline for the season says "One summer can change everything", and the streamer warns that "something unusual arrives in Hawkins, summer 1985". There are also cryptic shots of a computer interface with clues such as the words: "When blue and yellow meet in the west".

The new poster meanwhile shows Will, Dustin, Lucas and Max celebrating in the background as they watch the July 4th fireworks above Hawkins.

Meanwhile, Mike (Finn Wolfhard) is looking over at Eleven, the girl he finally smooched at the prom at the end of Season 2. Let us know in the comments.

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