Stranger Things 3 Trailer Is Here

Netflix Releases Bizarre New Teaser Trailer For Stranger Things Season 3

'Stranger Things' season 3 trailer debuts new location and creature

After long, tortuous months of waiting, Netflix is finally feeding us with the first official Stranger Things season 3 trailer.

The third run of the nostalgia-laden hit show is returning on July 4, and the season is set in the summer of 1985 during the build up to Fourth of July celebrations in the town of Hawkins, Indiana.

One summer can change everything.

Rescuing Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) from the alternate dimension known as the Upside Down, uncovering a mystery and exposing a cover-up at the fictional Hawkins National Laboratory in IN, battling creatures like the Demogorgon and the Mind Flayer, witnessing Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) harness and expand her psychokinetic powers, and learning from the surprisingly gentle-hearted Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) how to get the ideal hairdo - the Stranger Things crew did all that and plenty more in the first two seasons of the series. As per usual, things aren't going great in Hawkins - although this time it's not just the Upside Down that's turning things, well, upside down.

Netflix Releases Bizarre New Teaser Trailer For Stranger Things Season 3

It is soon revealed that Eleven is behind the stunt as they all giggle, with a surprised Dustin accidentally spraying Lucas in the eyes with hairspray.

If it seems like Stranger Things has been gone for a while, that's because it has: season two premiered the week of Halloween 2017.

However, despite the group of friends being in good spirits at the start of the trailer, the video teases that a fall out might be on the cards as later on Mike is seen saying: 'We're not kids anymore. Play games for the rest of our lives?' Who is the man with the gun? You'll have to watch Stranger Things Season 3 to witness a retro teenage wasteland thrown into creepy mayhem.

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