Now that Endgame and the final season of Game of Thrones are both over, we will all need something to reassure our inner freak. Luckily, we do not have to wait long for Netflix to finish the third season of its nostalgic supernatural adventure show Stranger Things . Here's everything we know about the third season so far.
The third season of Stranger Things will be streamed to Netflix on July 4 . While the platform traditionally posts new content on Fridays, it looks like July 4th is celebrating season three. The poster depicts the young cast watching the fireworks, and the slogan "A summer can change anything" suggests that the narrative about growing up, which the series has been exploring in recent years, continues.
A trailer for the third season was discontinued earlier this year, confirming that the action will take place in the summer of 1
Netflix also posted a teaser clip this week featuring Max & # 39; older brother Billy (Dacre Montgomery) by the pool, indulged by native moms. If this means the third season will spend more time exploring the weird suburbs of Hawkins, Indiana, and the Upside Down, then we're all in favor!
Who's in season three:
The full cast of Youngsters returns, including Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), the four best Will (Noah Schnapp), Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) and Lucas (Caleb McLoughlin). Sadie Sink). Adult stars Joyce (Winona Ryder) and Hopper (David Harbor) will also return, along with Nancy (Natalia Dyer), Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) and Steve (Joe Keery), the favorite babysitter of all.
The third season will feature a new main character, Robin, played by Maya Hawke. Robin has been described as an "alternative girl", bored with her daily work and discovering a dark secret in Hawkins.
What We Know About Each Episode:
In Season Three, there are fewer episodes than Season Two, in eight installments like Season One instead of Nine. Netflix has released a short video revealing the title of each new chapter: "Suzie, Do You Copy?" The Mall Rats, The Case of the Lifeguard, The Sauna Test, The Source, The Birthday, The Bite, and The Battle of Starcourt.
While "The" Mall Rats "may be a reference to the eponymous Kevin Smith film, which is likely to have something to do with the rodents featured in this short teaser clip from early March …  Unreleased storylines of season three must address:
Elf introduced the long-lost sister Eight, a runaway with her own psychokinetic powers, in the past season: The Duffer Brothers were curious to see Eight celebrate a comeback in season three, even though they hinted [more] that there's going to be more action outside the main role of Hawkins and last month's horrible monster, the Mind Flayer, yes, it's still out there. "They have the door of the Mind Flayer closed, but not only is it still standing upside down, it's also very much aware of the kids and especially Elf, "said Ross Duffer shortly opposite The Hollywoo d Reporter after season two was released which means it could reappear in season three.