Stranger Issues Season Three Trailer Reveals Episode Titles, Releasing 2019

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There isn’t any nonetheless phrase on the discharge date for Stranger Issues season 3 — Netflix will not say greater than 2019 at this level — however we do have the titles for all eight episodes because of a brand new teaser trailer unveiled Sunday. They’re as follows: “Suzie, Do You Copy?”, “The Mall Rats”, “The Case of the Lacking Lifeguard”, “The Sauna Check”, “The Supply”, “The Birthday”, “The Chunk”, and “The Battle of Starcourt”. The teaser then closes with a brief description: “In the summertime of 1985, the journey continues…”

That takes Stranger Issues again to the unique episode rely of its debut season, after a barely longer nine-episode season 2 final yr in October. There was a 15-month hole between the primary two seasons, and the present’s third season appears to be like set to cross that if it does not arrive earlier than the top of January 2019. Check out the Stranger Issues season three trailer beneath.

 

Past the brand new titles and logline, there’s little we find out about Stranger Issues season 3. The creators, The Duffer Brothers, are set to direct the primary two episodes — “Suzie, Do You Copy?”, “The Mall Rats” — whereas government producer Shawn Levy (Evening on the Museum, Actual Metal) will helm episodes three and 4, “The Case of the Lacking Lifeguard” and “The Sauna Check”, respectively.

Netflix launched a teaser that includes the Starcourt Mall, referenced within the title of the eighth episode, again in July, which revealed that Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) will get a job on the Scoops Ahoy ice cream retailer. The episode title, “The Battle of Starcourt”, suggests the placement will play a central position within the upcoming season — or at the least the season Three finale.

The present’s third season is likely to be its penultimate, if the Duffer Brothers persist with their authentic plan of 4 seasons revealed in August final yr. It is a mixture of the characters, primarily highschool children, prepared to maneuver onto school, and maintaining it plausible. “I do not know if we will justify one thing dangerous occurring to them yearly,” Matt Duffer mentioned.

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