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‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Trailer Drops Titles For 8 Episodes
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When it comes to the teaser trailers for Stranger Things, you can expect to see… nothing. But that is purely by design. The teaser trailers do reveal something, though: episode titles. And these titles will leave us speculating on what we will see and how they serve as a device to move the show forward. Now, Netflix is giving us our first look at those titles for Season 3, a lot of which has to do with what we have seen and heard in the past, which includes more references to the ’80s. Check out the titles and the trailer here below.

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‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Officially On The Way
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This will come as no great surprise to fans, but Netflix has made things official: Stranger Things season three is coming.

Netflix first teased fans of the show with a survey asking whether or not they should do another season. The answer was, obviously, overwhelmingly in favor. Netflix didn’t keep everyone waiting, confirming another season was on the way just two minutes after launching the survey.

You can find the tweets below, along with the press release sent out after.

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Video: Netflix Gets Into The Aftershow Game With ‘Beyond Stranger Things’
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The popularity of Netflix’s Stranger Things has inspired a phenomenon. The show, which takes cues from many iconic sci-fi films of the ’80s, will be debuting its second season tomorrow.

And what would a hit show be without an aftershow. But how does an aftershow work for a series that releases all its episodes in one day? Well, Netflix has figured that out with Beyond Stranger Things, hosted by Jim Rash (Community). More on the story and a sneak peak video of the show below.

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Final Trailer For ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Released By Netflix
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As promised by that cool Friday the 13th trailer teaser yesterday, Netflix has released the final trailer for Stranger Things season two.

The trailer is another strong one—not quite as long as the Comic-Con trailer, but still running well over two minutes and showing plenty turn fan excitement and anticipation up to 11 for the final two-week stretch before the new season arrives.

Continue below for more about Stranger Things season two and to check out the final trailer.

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‘Stranger Things’ Creators Say Season 3 Coming, Season 4 Possible
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Before you get too excited, something should be made clear. Netflix has not yet officially announced a season three for Stranger Things. Which is no great surprise considering that the highly anticipated second season is still a couple of months away.

That said, according to the Duffer brothers, Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer, a third season is already a sure thing. And a fourth season looks likely as well.

See what the show’s creators had to say about future seasons below.

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SDCC 2017: ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Trailer Brings On The Thriller
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Now that major films studios are leaving SDCC 2017, television has taken its place and invaded Hall H. While Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead have left their mark in the venue, Stranger Things took over for a portion of the day to amp up the crowd with a brand new trailer.

Check it out below.

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‘Finding Dory’s Andrew Stanton Will Direct Episodes Of ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2
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The number of directors for the first season of the Netflix series Stranger Things was limited to three people. The Duffer Brothers helmed six of the eight episodes, while Shawn Levy was behind the lens for two. Since the show caught fire last year, it comes as no surprise that other creative filmmakers would want to direct an episode or two in Season 2. One of those people will be Pixar’s very own Andrew Stanton, the director of Disney’s Finding Nemo, Wall-E, Finding Dory, and the underrated John Carter.

Meanwhile, The Duffer Brothers discussed why they needed to change some of the episodes for Season 2. Because apparently the internet is way too smart and have discovered some connections. Check out more on these stories here below.

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Eleven Actress Millie Bobby Brown Confirmed For ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2
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Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven in Netflix's Stranger Things

Chances are you saw some people dressed as Eleven for Halloween. The character is probably best recognized for wearing a light pink dress and wearing a jean jacket while holding a box of Eggo waffles, and having a bloody nose from using all her telekinetic powers. If you still don’t know who that is, then I suggest you check out Netflix’s Stranger Things.

Fans of the show will be excited to learn that Millie Bobby Brown, the actress who plays Eleven, will be returning to reprise her role in season two of the original series. Season one spoilers will follow in the full story below.

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‘Stranger Things’ Renewed For Season 2!
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The biggest pop culture phenomenon of 2016 may be Netflix’s Stranger Things. The 8-episode miniseries debuted in July and immediately became the talk of social media, instantly replacing House of Cards as TV’s most binge-worthy show. The show, created by twins Matt and Ross Duffer tells the story of a small Indiana town of Hawkins in the early 1980s, beset by a series of… well… strange things. A young boy disappears, and his friends believe it the work of a D&D style monster. His mom and brother grow more and more frazzled searching for him. All the while, a mysterious young girl is on the run from a government research lab. Fans immediately picked up on the numerous homages to classics from the late 70s and early ’80s, like ET, Alien, A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Goonies and Stand By Me as well as other work by Stephen King. The good news for everyone captivated by the series, which should come as no shock is that Stranger Things has been renewed for a second season.

More below.

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All the 70s & 80s Movie References in Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’
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Stranger Things has captivated audiences all over, and is receiving rave reviews from fans and critics alike. It’s hard not to watch Netflix’s new series without noticing the countless references to films of the late 70s and early 80s, as well as connections to a certain “KING” of horror fiction. There are so many spot-on homages paid to the classics that amongst friends, a drinking game was discussed and concocted… shots when you spot them! The creators of the show, twins Matt and Ross Duffer, said they referenced the movies they grew up watching on VHS. Thankfully, it didn’t take long for a YouTuber to create the perfect and concise video utilizing split screens of scenes from Stranger Things Season 1 along with scenes from its influences.

Watch the video here below.

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