It's official: "Stranger Things" Season 3's premiere date has been revealed.
Netflix ushered in the new year with a holiday-appropriate date announcement for the hit series. The video shows the 1985 New Year's Eve broadcast from Hawkins, Indiana, and it is full of interesting -- not to mention worrisome -- tidbits and hints. Some don't make sense now, but we're sure they will when the show arrives this summer.
Like the first Season 3 teaser, released in July, the date announcement references Starcourt Mall. That much we get, as the mall will be a new addition to Hawkins in the upcoming episodes. However, what's much more mysterious is some text that is highlighted in a shot of a computer screen: "When blue and yellow meet in the west," it says. There's also another cryptic shot that says "SilverCatFeeds."
The most concerning part of the video, though, is when you hear what sounds like Mike (Finn Wolfhard) as he calls urgently for Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown). After that, the screen turns upside down, which is definitely not a good sign, especially given that we next see the words "one summer can change everything."
We'll see what it's all about when "Stranger Things" Season 3 hits Netflix on July 4.