The acclaimed 80's nostalgic Netflix series is set to premiere on July 4, 2019, and Netflix made the announcement right at the time of New Year's celebration.
Netflix has announced it will release the eagerly awaited new season of its hit "Stranger Things" on the Fourth of July.
And one image can hint a lot about what's coming for the intrepid group. The poster shows Dustin, Max, and Lucas ogling at fireworks in the sky, while Mike stares at Eleven, who is distracted by something ominous and out of frame.
Scroll down to see how the internet is attempting to unlock the secrets of the teaser before the new season debuts on July 4th. Both mediums don't give too many details on the upcoming season, leaving fans to wonder what's exactly in store for Hawkins, Indiana in 1985. Now, we finally know when the new season will be back.
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Cary Elwes and Jake Busey will join the series in guest star roles.
"Stranger Things" fans have been hard at work attempting to crack some of the cryptic clues contained in the almost four-minute-long video. Stranger Things creator The Duffer Brothers and show's executive producer Shawn Levy stated earlier that there is a good chance that their show will have more than four seasons.
Netflix has been teasing the new season for months.