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On Thursday 4 July, Netflix will be streaming the third season of ‘ Stranger Things ‘, one of his most successful TV series and, consequently, one of the most awaited. The good news, for those who loved the adventures set in Hawkins and the Upside Down, is that the critics reviewed it more than positively. The time has therefore come to prepare ourselves for the vision, summarizing what is worth knowing, but without making spoilers.
Stranger Things, summary of previous seasons
Brothers Matt and Ross Duffer, creators of the TV series and shorwunner of the first two seasons, also return to the third and continue to tell what moves between the streets and houses of the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, and what is hiding below the surface, in a disturbing world populated by monsters.
At the center of the new adventures, set during the summer of 1985, we find the protagonists of all time, who in the meantime have grown up, strengthened the bonds of friendship, weaved new ones and, in some cases, started a relationship loving. All of them will be forced to come to terms with the fact that “evil never ends, evolves” (as stated in the official synopsis).
On the adult front, Winona Ryder (who plays the mother of two of the young protagonists) and David Harbor (the head of the local police department) return.
The kids have once again the faces of Millie Bobby Brown (plays Eleven / Eleven), Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Noah Schnapp (Will) and Sadie Sink (Max).
The older ones are Natalia Dyer (Nancy), Charlie Heaton (Jonathan), Joe Keery (Steve) and Dacre Montgomery (Billy).
Among the new entries we highlight Priah Ferguson (Erica, Lucas’s little sister) and Maya Hawke, daughter of Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke and whose character is described as “an alternative girl”.
The Stranger Things 3 trailer
HOW IS THE SEASON 3, THE REVIEWS
The criticism welcomed ‘Stranger Things 3’ quite well: on metacritic the average rating is 71/100. A first aspect that is worth underlining is the difference compared to the second season: in general the third was judged to be superior, but also lighter and more enjoyable, and characterized by a more than satisfactory ending.
A further thing that is important to emphasize is that season 3 adds relatively little to the already established narrative universe: some have considered this a defect, because they would have liked the Hawkins / Sottosopra relationship to be expanded in new ways. Others have appreciated that the Duffer brothers have not wanted to exaggerate, risking to heal.
SEASON 4 AND 5?
Missing official confirmations, but Matt and Ross Duffer have previously stated that ‘Stranger Things’ will end after the fourth or fifth season. They will probably be more precise in a while.
HOW TO SEE THE TV SERIES
The third season of ‘Stranger Things’ consists of eight episodes with a duration ranging between 40 and 60 minutes and will be published online July 4, leaving the freedom to choose how and when to watch them. Netflix suggests that viewers are subscribers at least fourteen years old.