'Stranger Things 3' Trailer Reveals First Look at New Monsters

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"We're not kids anymore", says Mike Wheeler (played by Finn Wolfhard).

This morning, Netflix unveiled the first full trailer for The Duffer Brothers' Stranger Things, season three.

So what do you think? But town politics probably aren't worrying the kids much, because it's the 4th of July and all kinds of sparks are flying. The first two seasons are now streaming.

Joyce (Winona Ryder) is still forlorn but has a cute new cut.

With Eleven's adoptive father, police chief Jim Hopper, saying: 'It is important to me you feel safe, this can still be your home'.

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Also, look who's back.

However, despite Eleven leading a normal teenage life at the start of the trailer, she is soon forced to use her powers once again as it shows several montages of her in action.

With another clip showing Eleven, Dustin, Mike, Lucas, Max, Will, Nancy, Jonathan and Steve Harrington all together looking terrified and dishevelled in the cinema. This is usually where I'd lay out some predictions for the season, but (just between you and me) I didn't make it through Stranger Things' second season, and have no idea where the story might be at this point.

The trailer highlights that it's summer in Hawkins and it looks like we have a lot to look forward to!

However, this is still a horror series, so there are plenty of sinister undertones in this other buoyant trailer, including a clear look at a demon and the fact that the rot of the Upside Down continues to plague those who have touched its evil. After nearly a year and a half away from our screens, the Netflix drama will return for its third season on July 4, and today, the streaming giant dropped an official trailer for the highly-awaited installment.

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