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It's official: after a long wait, season three of Stranger Things is finally coming this Independence Day. The creepy, crawly Duffer Brothers sci-fi drama will soon make its highly anticipated return with a healthy dose of monsters, romance, and '80s nostalgia. The details aren't scant, but they are spread out, so we've picked up all of the crumbs from interviews, promos, and fan theories to present to you this rundown of season three's plot.
The first real clue that fans received about season three came in the form of a colorful commercial for Starcourt Mall, the latest development in Hawkins, IN, that's complete with such '80s mall staples as Hot Dog on a Stick and Claire's. In the promo, we see Steve working at an ice cream shop alongside a blond teen named Robin, a new character who's said to be an "alternative girl." Starcourt Mall isn't all fun and games, though. On Dec. 9, Netflix teased season three titles, including an ominous "The Battle of Starcourt" as the finale episode.
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The date announcement teaser for season three also references this Hawkins establishment. It tells viewers that they're watching Dick Clark's Rockin' New Year's Eve special, which is sponsored by none other than Starcourt Mall. The clip is yet another dense can of worms, even if it's just a minute long. As it progresses, the broadcast appears to be hacked by an organization called Lynx Corp (a potential link to Russia), which runs a program called SilverCatFeeds and briefly shows the message "when blue meets yellow in the west."
This brings us to the season three poster. The first thing that you might notice is Eleven and Mike holding hands. Cute right? Well, notice that she's wearing blue and...
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