“Stranger Things” Season 3 Trailer Breakdown! People Transforming Into Monsters?
The official trailer for Stranger Things season 3 has been released and so much is happening in it! Are we going to see humans transforming into monsters? Is someone from the main cast going to die? Let’s break it all down!
It has been so long since we had new Stranger Things content. The second season was back in 2017. Now that a trailer has been released, I’m dreading (and excited about) what might happen in the upcoming episodes. Also, the critic in me thinks it is time for there to be casualties within the main cast. Two seasons in, this series can’t continue with the leads coming out of every attack unscathed, right? Or can it?
Here’s my breakdown of the Stranger Things season 3 trailer!
Some of the highlights from the breakdown include:
- Sneaking up on Dustin was a good comedic moment. However, I don’t want the kids to pull pranks which cause Eleven to have nose bleeds.
- The third season is likely going to talk a lot about the kids growing up and their friendships changing.
- I completely forgot Mike’s name which probably shows how much of a fan I am of that character. Ha!
- Do you think Will is queer?
- Is Billy queer?
- Is Mike’s mother still flirting with Billy?
- The episode titles do hint at what might happen in the story and that’s why I think people are going to transform into monsters.
- I just don’t want Billy or Steve to be transformed.
- I love seeing Max and Eleven having some quality bonding time as friends.
- Of course, the Starcourt Mall is going to be a bad place.
- Are you here for Hopper and Joyce being a couple?
- I want to see Steve continue being a protective Den Mother for the kids during missions.
- I wouldn’t mind seeing Nancy and Jonathan pursuing careers in investigative journalism.
The 8-episode third season of Stranger Things will be available on Netflix come July 4, 2019.
What did you think of the Stranger Things season 3 trailer? Let us know.
Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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