Stranger Things third season should only debut in summer 2019

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Not so good news for Stranger Things fans: it was revealed today that the third season of the series, expected in 2019, should debut only in the American summer of the year, which takes place between the months of June and September.

Who gave the information was Cindy Holland, Netflix programming executive, during the Television Critics Association press tour. So, there is nothing to expect Stranger Things for the first half of 2019 – but Holland guarantees that the wait will be worth it, as the third season will be the best of all.

At the moment the series is being filmed and some photos have been released, directly from the film set of Stranger Things. See, in the images below, the actresses Millie Bobby Brown, Eleven (Eleven) and Sadie Sink, Max, with their new looks for the series:

The synopsis of the third season has not yet been revealed, but Shawn Levy, executive producer of the series, said it will take place during the summer of 1985, taking a leap of a year since the events of the second season.

Levy also states that, for the new season, Mike and Eleven continue to have a firm relationship, but with the grace of the instability that 13 or 14 year olds have to deal with the romance.

Steve Harrington (Joe Keery), a highlight of the second season, is also promised to continue shining in the new year of the series, while this one also says that it will bring many inspirations in 80’s horror films.

For now, you can watch the previous two seasons directly on Netflix or read more about Stranger Things on our website. Also take the opportunity to get to know famous productions from the 80s, as the series loves easter-eggs and references to the releases of the time.