Finally, after teasing fans with several promo clips, Netflix has dropped the first trailer for Stranger Things season 3. It seems like the upcoming season will live up to fans’ expectations and could perhaps deliver more than what the past seasons had instilled for us.
The trailer clearly shows the time jump as Finn and the rest of the gang are no more the kids’ fans knew from season 1 and 2. But Gaten Matarazzo’s Dustin seems to be having problems with the changes. but there are bigger problems to be dealt with for the gang like the Demogorgon which seem to be bigger now.
It seems like fans will be getting a good dose of ‘Jopper’ moments this season. But there’s a whole new drama that comes along with it. There’s a also a moment between Finn and Eleven which suggest the two could be in a relationship.
The trailer offers a good glimpse at the dark action-packed moments from this season. Moreover, as the show creators have hinted, Season 3 embraces the 80s culture at its best. You can check out the trailer below.
The trailer also shows a glimpse of what seems to be the Night Flyer a.k.a the Shadow Monster which we saw inhibiting in the Upside Down in Stranger Things season 2. But it seems to have managed to make its way to the other side as well.
In an earlier interview, it was stated that Stranger Things season 3 would be more “darker” and “action packed”. But with that comes “really healthy dose of poppy, bright levity and cultural fun.”
The events in season 3 take place in Summer and 6 months from the time Eleven closed the Upside Down in Season 2. It will consist of a total of 8 episodes. You can check out its titles here.
Stranger Things season 3 will be premiering on July 4.
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