Stranger Things release date revealed in new teasers for third season

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First, Dick Clark appeared during "live" footage of his 1985 "Rockin' New Year's Eve" special, but as the camera panned to the crowd, the image was interrupted by some static and crypto code.

A new tagline for the season says "One summer can change everything", and the streamer warns that "something odd arrives in Hawkins, summer 1985".

A new video teaser has also been put out.

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We have an official release date for Stranger Things season 3 and it's only seven months away! It's followed by the date July 4, 1985, confirming the rumors that Stranger Things 3 will take place, at least in part, during the summer of 1985.

We'll keep you posted on when one or more genius level eggheads have figured out what all the Easter eggs mean.

Just as the camera pans to "one of the biggest crowds" the New Year's Eve celebration has ever seen, the video bugs out and shows a screen of text, which glitches as it highlights words to create the phrase "when blue and yellow meet in the West".

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The season's tagline reads that "one summer can change everything", and the streamer warns that "something odd arrives in Hawkins, summer 1985". This time around, these new episodes are going to be set squarely in the middle of summer, with the 4th of July holiday serving as a centerpiece to the action.

A new poster dropped as the clock struck 12 in NY with all six friends - Eleven, Will, Mike, Lucas, Max and Dustin - seen watching the fourth of July fireworks over Hawkins. We're watching the show on Channel 5, WIYZ from Hawkins, Indiana, which is brought to us locally by Starcourt Mall.

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