Netflix's 'Stranger Things' returns in July 2019

03 January, 2019, 00:19 | Author: Sheri Evans
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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.

The third season of the sci-fi horror series premieres on Netflix on July 4, United States time, meaning it will be available for Kiwis to binge-watch on July 5. It seemed likely that the release date would come soon after.

Meaning that our next installment of Eleven and the gang will land on Independence Day, 2019.

The clip then becomes distorted, with the television going black and showing an announcement, "One summer can change everything".

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

It was previously revealed that "Stranger Things" would be made up of eight episodes, the titles for which were revealed in a teaser last month.

The timing must have intentional because the trailer takes place on New Years Eve in 1984, with a ball drop in NY and a creepy broadcast.

It announces the new setting of summer 1985. All of that culminates in the Dick Clark New Year's footage spinning upside down and flashing a brief glimpse of the Mind Flayer.

Fans who were quick on the PAUSE button noted that certain words in the code were highlighted, and the message read, "When blue and yellow meet in the west".

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