Stranger Things season 3 date announced, teaser unveiled

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The streaming service is set to release the third season of the horror/science fiction hit July 4. Netflix delivered a gift to USA viewers at the stroke of midnight, East Coast time, just as 2018 slipped into 2019, revealing the season 3 premiere date for the hit streaming show. Along with this, Netflix has also announced the release date of the acclaimed science fiction-horror web television series.

One tweet simply read JULY 4, and showed an illustration of the cast celebrating under a firework-filled sky. The action in the upcoming third season won't take place during New Year's Eve, or Halloween for that matter.

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In addition to the artwork and release date, fans were also treated to a creepy new New Year's Eve-themed mini-trailer.

"Stranger Things 3" are the last words seen in the minute-long clip. For example, what does 'WHEN BLUE AND YELLOW MEET IN THE WEST?' mean?

The footage is intermittently interrupted as Clark narrates the Times Square ball slowly dropping and then is flipped upside down by the end - a nod to the show, of course.