'Stranger Things' Season 3 Number Of Episodes Revealed

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Stranger Things: Season 2's plot synopsis "It's 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana are still reeling from the horrors of the Demogorgon and the secrets of Hawkins Lab".

The Duffer Brothers made a decision to dedicate the additional episode in Season 2 titled The Lost Sister to explore Eleven's (Millie Bobby Brown) relationship with her long-lost sister from the Laboratory, Kali a.k.a.

According to TV Line, "Stranger Things" season 3 will consist of eight episodes, which mirrors the first season of the show while going down one less episode from season two. Meanwhile, there are also only so many episodes that the Duffer Brothers can write and that the crew can make within the span of time given. What that means for the small town of Hawkins and its residents we don't know, but we imagine the villainous being isn't too happy about being sent back to where it came from. They're going to be nearly a year older by the time we start shooting Season 3. It stood to reason that Season 3 would get another order for nine episodes.

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Returning for Season 3 are series regulars Winona Ryder (Joyce), David Harbour (Jim), Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Noah Schnapp (Will), Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Cara Buono (Karen), Natalia Dyer (Nancy), Charlie Heaton (Jonathan), Joe Keery (Steve), Dacre Montgomery (Billy), and Sadie Sink (Max).

Season 2 is expected to go into production in April, with the new episodes likely to arrive in 2019, although Netflix has yet to announce a premiere date. Production on Season 2 began in November 2016, and the episodes didn't release on Netflix until October 2017.

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