– by Seth McDonald

As if there was ever any doubt, Netflix gave Stranger Things an official go ahead for a third season. The show has been a juggernaut for the streaming giant and has cemented itself within pop culture.

The series’ second season was marketed as more of a movie sequel, Stranger Things 2 was released in late October and with it came more, more demagorgons, more upside down, and best of all, more of the 80s nostalgia the show was built from.

Garnering an impressive 94 percent on Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer, Stranger Things 2 was a worthy sophomoric entry  into franchise.

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Assuming Stranger Things goes on for several seasons, one question is how many more seasons will we get with the familiar cast from Hawkins, Indiana?

Stranger Things has the ability, and maybe even the duty, to explore other places and characters set within the nostalgic universe of the show. I would love for the show to turn into sort an anthology show with multiple seasons for each presented story.

Created by the Duffer brothers, Matt and Ross, Stranger Things became a hit with both critics and viewers. Combining elements of 80s films such as The GooniesPoltergeist, and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.

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Source: Deadline

  • Moby85

    Yes, I’m excited. But Stranger Things almost lost me and I was a *huge* fan of season 1. I can put an exact timestamp on it: from episode 1 until exactly halfway through episode 4 I was very disappointed. Calling the show “slow burn” for those episodes is being very gracious: they were glacial and almost uneventful. I had actually stopped watching it and was not planning to return except for David here at LRM and some close friends imploring me to continue.

    Glad I did because the second half of Season 2, with the exception of episode 7, was my favorite segment of Stranger Things period. And man oh man as an 80s-phile did I love the dance scene at the end. I loved everything. I loved the music, how it was shot, what happened with Dustin, how Lucas got his girl…And then when Eleven comes in. BOOM. Payoff for her arc.