'Stranger Things' Season 3 Will Jump Ahead In Time Again

'Stranger Things' Season 3 Will Jump Ahead In Time Again

'Stranger Things' Season 3 Will Jump Ahead In Time Again

The Duffer brothers revealed to IndieWire that there will be a time jump - with the series focusing on the character's journeys through adolescence.

That's more than traditional cable shows like The Walking Dead and only slightly less than the first episode of Game of Thrones S7. We have rough ideas of what Season 3 will be, but we like to keep it flexible.

Netflix announced Friday that the popular supernatural series would return for a third season. It felt totally unnecessary, when we had the Snow Ball. Netflix described the original season of Strangers Things as, "A love letter to the '80s classics that captivated a generation, Stranger Things is set in 1983 in, where a young boy vanishes into thin air".

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The streaming service announced the return of the beloved characters from Hawkins, Indiana in a Friday afternoon, December 1 tweet. "So hold tight baby darts - season three is officially happening".

"Stranger Things" is coming back for a Season 3.

Season two brought a few new faces to the mix, including Paul Reiser from "Aliens" and Sean Astin of "Lord of the Rings" and "The Goonies". "We got to use more Erica'-that was one of the first things we said in the writers' room [for 3]", Ross told Yahoo. We also know that a few new characters and at least one previously deceased character will return in some capacity. It's a problem many franchises with young actors face. Apparently, the Mind Flayer isn't content with being locked in the Upside Down by the tiny telekinetic.

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