More retro adventures await in 2019 when Stranger Things officially returns with season 3 on Netflix. A new teaser trailer dropped on Sunday, with not only confirmation that the new season debuts next year, but also a listing of all the episode names. The episodes include "Suzie, Do You Copy?," "The Mall Rats," "The Case of the Missing Lifeguard," "The Sauna Test," "The Source," "The Birthday," "The Bite" and "The Battle of Starcourt."The Stranger Things cast for season 3 includes Millie Bobby Brown, David Harbour, Winona Ryder, Gaten Matarazzo, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schapp, Caleb McLaughlin, Joe Keery, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Sadie Sink and Dacre Montgomery, with newcomers Jake Busey and Cary Elwes. More Stranger Things New Stranger Things books to shed light on the Upside Down Get more glimpses of Stranger Things 3 in new Netflix video Romance blooms in 'Stranger Things' season 3 We already know romance has bloomed between characters Mike (Finn Wolfhard) … [Read more...] about New Netflix Stranger Things season 3 teaser reveals episode titles
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When Stranger Things debuted in 2016, it became an unexpected, massive hit that captivated legions of fans around the world. Now, with season 2 set to begin streaming on October 26th, it will be the end of a year of waiting to see what happens next. Netflix will make all nine season 2 episodes available at once, which means ambitious or addicted subscribers can take a day off work and get caught up with the entire story in a single day. But should they? Andrew: When Stranger Things first hit, it seemed like it percolated for a couple of weeks before it really exploded in popularity. I picked up the show as this was happening, but ended up taking my time watching it. I purposefully only watched one episode a night, and by the end of the season, I feel like I got more out of it that way, rather than watching the entire thing in a sitting. The first season only has eight episodes, so this wasn’t a long thing, but spacing out my viewing definitely let me process what was happening a … [Read more...] about Stranger Things season 2: to binge or not to binge?
If '80s creep-out classics give you the heebie-jeebies (in a good way), Netflix's first trailer for its original series "Stranger Things" is right up your alley. The show is a throwback to 1980s supernatural thrillers. Set for release next month, the eight-episode series is about the vanishing of a young boy from a small town. The friends, family and local police who search for him become tangled in a web that includes classified government experiments, otherwordly forces and "one very strange little girl.""Stranger Things" stars Winona Ryder and "Suicide Squad" actor David Harbour. … [Read more...] about Netflix ‘Stranger Things’ trailer time warps to Stephen King’s heyday
"Stranger Things" season two is nearly upon us, meaning pretty soon you're entire social media feed is going to be filled with demogorgon fan theories and friends saying that actually, they were really into D&D before it was cool, you don't even know. The first season was a massive hit for Netflix that seemingly came out of nowhere. A love letter to 80s pop culture, it gave viewers the kind of TV show that we really haven't seen on a major network in some time. But "Stranger Things" season two has a lot to live up to, and Netflix will have a lot of fans to please (especially seeing as it just put prices up ahead of the Oct. 27 premiere). Now Playing: Watch this: 5 ridiculous things we want to see in 'Stranger Things... 1:27 We already have our serious predictions for this season of "Stranger Things." But what fan service do we really want to see?Time for some giddy, wild speculation!Deep MK Ultra conspiraciesWe got a few hints of crazy government plots in the first … [Read more...] about The ridiculous fan service we want when ‘Stranger Things’ returns
Hawkins, Ind., the hometown of "Stranger Things," is full of speculation and unknowns. But it's good to know that at least one rumor isn't true.On Tuesday, Moviefone.com reported that Matt and Ross Duffer, the creators of the Netflix hit, would likely stop being as actively involved with the show after its next season. The report said the Duffers would likely turn to other film projects, though they'd still contribute in smaller ways to the show.Other media outlets were quick to debunk the report. Later on, Netflix officially weighed in to say the Duffers would be keeping it Strange.Some fans hadn't even heard the rumor, but seemed relieved to know the founding fathers weren't bailing on the show.And many found a silver lining in the Netflix tweet, assuming that Netflix was all-but confirming a fourth season of the show.With that settled, fans can add the info to what little we know about the upcoming third season of the 1980s-set horror-mystery series. The third season will consist of … [Read more...] about Netflix: ‘Stranger Things’ creators aren’t leaving the show