Stranger Things 3 takes us back to the 80s while simultaneously carving its own unique place in our hearts, leaving you in the throes of summer.
It has everything that made you fall in love with its first season and more laughs and scares keep rolling in. The first few episodes show you the upside down of this season.
It's now been nearly eight months since Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) sealed the portal to the Upside Down. The children have progressed towards adolescence.
This time around we are also introduced to some new characters: Cary Elwes as Mayor Kline; Jake Busey as Bruce, Nancy's unpleasant colleague; and Maya Hawke as Robin!
Season 3 has a lot of talking points and memorable moments, which is going to keep social media busy for quite some time.
We see Steve not only live up to his role as Dustin's babysitter, but his rapport with Robin provides some of the highlights of this season.
The Duffer brothers are being romanticized on screen and they keep you entertained with their acting and antics.
They paint a picture of the 80s to take the audience back to their own childhood, capturing every emotion and nuance of the era
Some plot points in Stranger Things 3 will make you wonder the logic behind that scene. The Duffers are also a bit caught up in their own mythology.
Although it's anyone's guess how the biology or geology of the Upside Down actually works!