The streaming giant used the New Year's holiday to tweet an image showing the show's cast with fireworks and the words "July 4".
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That's because Netflix has announced that's the day it will release the eagerly awaited new season of its hit, "Stranger Things". The almost four-minute-long clip takes viewers back to New Years' Eve 1985, specifically Dick Clark's iconic New Year's Rockin' Eve broadcast.
In true Stranger Things fashion, the video also seemed to be littered with hidden messages, with one seemingly spelling out the phrase "when blue and yellow meet in the west".
A new poster dropped as the clock struck 12 in NY with all six friends - Eleven, Will, Mike, Lucas, Max and Dustin - seen watching the fourth of July fireworks over Hawkins.
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Set in 1985 in, the show co-stars Winona Ryder and David Harbour. The poster shows Dustin, Max, and Lucas ogling at fireworks in the sky, while Mike stares at Eleven, who is distracted by something ominous and out of frame.
The footage cuts back and forth from from computer programming script and test cards, the whole screen begins to turn upside down - which is also how the Will and co refer to the demonic parallel universe that has plagued their town for two seasons thus far.
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