New Stranger Things Teaser, Posters Show Off Summertime in Hawkins, Indiana
It’s time to get that beach body ready and sit down for a fireworks show while you’re at it.
By Chris Morse
It won’t be long before Stranger Things finally returns to Netflix with its third season and the next chapter of this story, set in Hawkins, Indiana, is all about the summertime. Not only will the new episodes premiere on Independence Day, it will also be set during the summer of ’85. The latest teaser for the season, which can be viewed above, offers a taste of the warm weather fun, not to mention the appropriately-seasonal fitness of Dacre Montgomery’s Billy Hargrove.
The series is fresh off the release of its very own “The Upside Down” LEGO set, with a number of spinoff novels and comic books on the way as well. If that wasn’t enough, we also have a retro-style video game debuting the same day the show returns. There’s no denying that Netflix is clearly going all out to get Hawkins on everybody’s minds in a big way ahead of its July premiere.
Additionally, several new posters have also been released, showing off each of our main characters over 4th of July style backdrops. Have a look at the new images below!
Stranger Things will return with its third season, titled Stranger Things 3, on July 4th, 2019. Be sure to stay tuned for all of the latest updates on the show right here on Dead Entertainment.
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