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‘Stranger Things’ Kicks Off 2019 With A New Poster And Release Date

Get ready to celebrate Independence Day in Hawkins, Indiana!

New Years Eve is always filled with excitement. Whether you’re spending it with family, friends, or Netflix, thinking on all the best moments of the year or looking forward to making new memories, New Years Eve never fails to bring a lot of emotions to the table. And this year, our favourite streaming platform decided to add to those emotions with a little surprise.

As 2019 began, in Hawkins time, at least, Stranger Things released the first official poster for Season 3 of the beloved sci-fi series, featuring some of our favourite characters, fireworks, and yes, a release date! Finally! Up until this point, all we knew was that we would see it in 2019, with no clue as to when. No longer. Mark your calendars, friends, and start planning a party, because Stranger Things Season 3 will hit Netflix on July 4th, 2019!

What better way to celebrate Independence Day than to gather all your friends and family and host a massive watch party as our favourite television teens fight evil (and, almost certainly, the Mind Flayer)!? I can’t think of one! Tune in this July for the highly anticipated third season.

Season 3 Of Stranger Things Will Hit Netflix On July 4, 2019.

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