Stranger Things season 3 teaser reveals episode titles; Netflix show to start streaming in 2019
Netflix released the teaser of the third season of its flagship sci-fi-horror show Stranger Things confirming that the series will be available in 2019
Netflix released the teaser of the third season of its flagship sci-fi-horror show Stranger Things confirming that the popular series will be made available on the platform sometime next year.
The teaser also revealed the episode titles.
The show's official Twitter page posted a video that teased the new season with the caption: "In the summer of 1985, the adventure continues..." The music in the video is the same as that in the show's opening sequence.
In the summer of 1985, the adventure continues... pic.twitter.com/m3s6hyJL8k
— Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) December 10, 2018
According to the video, the first episode is called Suzie, Do You Copy? The rest of the titles in order are The Mall Rats, The Case of the Missing Lifeguard, The Sauna Test, The Source, The Birthday,The Bite and lastly, The Battle of Starcourt. The twitterati quick to express their joy and announced that they have already begun analysing the titles.
WE’RE GONNA PARTY LIKE ITS 1985 ALRIGHT
— reputation. track five (@ohangiekins) December 10, 2018
AHHHHH IM SO EXCITED FOR STRANGER THINGS 3 ❤️❤️❤️ — vaan (@vaantiti) December 10, 2018
The Stranger Things cast for season three includes Millie Bobby Brown, David Harbour, Winona Ryder, Gaten Matarazzo, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schapp, Caleb McLaughlin, Joe Keery, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Sadie Sink and Dacre Montgomery, with newcomers Jake Busey and Cary Elwes.
The show previously released a sly teaser trailer, with a commercial for a new Hawkins mall.
(Wit inputs from Press Trust of India)
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