The new season of Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ will drop July 4

The new season of Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ will drop July 4

In true Stranger Things fashion, the clip cuts out before the ball officially drops, teasing that things will be far from normal in Hawkins, Indiana in the upcoming season.

The show's creators, the Duffer Brothers, said they wanted to take their time "to deliver something bigger and better" than ever before. It seemed likely that the release date would come soon after.

In one of the more obvious hints, the phrase "One summer can change everything" lingers on the screen for several seconds. 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.

The streaming giant used the New Year's holiday to tweet an image showing the show's cast with fireworks and the words "July 4".

Series regulars Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Will (Noah Schnapp), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) are all there.

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Set in 1985 in, the show co-stars Winona Ryder and David Harbour.

Netflix released a teaser on New Year's Day that stayed with the theme of the day in mind.

It announces the new setting of summer 1985.

The release date for the third series of hit TV show Stranger Things has been revealed. The almost four-minute-long clip takes viewers back to New Years' Eve 1985, specifically Dick Clark's iconic New Year's Rockin' Eve broadcast.

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