Netflix has fallen into a habit of producing brilliant shows. Stranger Things is one such product of Netflix’s endless string of shows. Loved by people of almost all demographics, the wildly popular show premiered on 15 July 2016 on Netflix. The sci-fi horror series opened to wide critical and commercial success, earning unprecedented ratings by the audiences. Both the seasons in total have garnered 18 Primetime Emmy and two Golden Globe nominations. The cast members have become household names, just another reason for the love it receives. The series is created by the Duffer Brothers, who have cited works of auteurs like Steven Spielberg and John Carpenter as inspirations.
Stranger Things Season 3 Release Date: When will it premiere?
The show’s unprecedented success has encouraged Netflix to order a third, and possibly a fourth season. The brothers claim they won’t stretch the show for commercial purposes, and will probably bring the series to an end by the fourth or the fifth season. On Jan 1, Netflix released an early look at Stranger Things season three in the form of a clue-filled teaser, and announced a release date for the eight-episode installment. Stranger Things 3 will arrive on July 4, 2019.
Stranger Things Season 3 Cast: Who’s in it?
The original cast is set to reprise their roles, much to the elation of the fans. Netflix has divulged some exciting details about two new characters joining the cast. The popular streaming service announced that actors Cary Elwes and Jake Busey will appear as new characters. Elwes will take to screen as Mayor Kline, and is supposed to assume the role in a negative capacity. Busey’s character has been kept under close wraps, but Netflix has strongly hinted he’ll play a local journalist.
The character of Kali, who has been underutilized in the previous season, is slated to return and play a vital role in the young group’s next adventures.