Stranger Things season 3 release date revealed

Sheila Mcguire
January 3, 2019

A number of months ago, we learned that the show's release date had been delayed from Halloween 2018 to summer 2019.

Now, we finally have a date for when Stranger Things will be back on our screens: the 4th of July. This summer, we learned the new season was scheduled for a summer 2019 release. The date was confirmed January 1 with an Independence Day-themed poster showing Eleven (played by Millie Bobby Brown) holding hands with Mike (Finn Wolfhard) as other characters admire fireworks bursting in the distance.

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The third season of the supernatural series Stranger Things is scheduled to debut July 4 on Netflix.

Cary Elwes and Jake Busey will join the series in guest star roles.

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"Stranger Things 3" are the last words seen in the minute-long clip.

That changed on New Year'd Eve, when Netflix dropped a very creepy promo video. In between the footage, the video abruptly interrupts with DOS-based coding or some technical glitches that make a dialogue, "When Blue And Yellow Meet In The West".

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It shows a local New Year's broadcast from 1985 slowly turning "upside down" as the familiar theme music kicks in. Stranger Things creator The Duffer Brothers and show's executive producer Shawn Levy stated earlier that there is a good chance that their show will have more than four seasons.

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