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‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Teaser Confirms 2019 Release And Episode Titles

The long awaited third season will hit Netflix sometime in the new year.

Season 2 of Netflix’s hit sci-fi show, Stranger Things, seemed to end on a surprisingly happy note. Eleven and Mike had their first kiss, Eleven stopped the Mind Flayer and realized just how powerful she truly is, she was adopted officially by Hopper, everything seemed…well, normal! Will’s health has returned, Lucas and Max got together, and while Dustin still is trying to find a girlfriend, he found a true friend in Steve Harrington. For Hawkins, this is as good as it gets! Until the final shot of the season, which took us back to the Upside Down, where it showed Hawkins Middle School, with the Mind Flayer lurking hungrily above it. 

This monster is not done. In fact, we have no doubt that the Mind Flayer will be the big bad for the next two seasons. But how is it going to come back after the Gate has been sealed shut? How will our unlikely heroes ever defeat the Mind Flayer again? Well, we may get our answers come the new year, as Stranger Things confirmed that they would be returning in 2019. 

In a teaser they dropped on Sunday night, the Netflix series not only confirmed that we would get Season 3 within the year, but they also announced every episode title! If you thought this show was as ’80s as you could get, you’d be wrong. This season will take it to a whole new level, if the episode titles hint at anything. Take a look.

Suzie, Do You Copy?
The Mall Rats
The Case Of The Missing Lifeguard
The Sauna Test
The Source
The Birthday
The Bite
The Battle Of Starcourt

Consider us intrigued! We can’t wait for Season 3!

In The Summer Of 1985, The Adventure Continues…Watch The First Official Trailer For Stranger Things Season 3 Down Below.

Stranger Things Season 3 Will Hit Netflix In 2019. 

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