Season 3 of Stranger Things will be Darker and More Terrifying

Natalia Dyer, the actress who plays Nancy Wheeler, says that season 3 of Stranger Things will be darker and more terrifying than the previous installments.

Natalia Dyer, the actress who plays Nancy Wheeler, says that season 3 of Stranger Things will be darker and more terrifying than the previous installments.
Natalia Dyer, the actress who plays Nancy Wheeler, says that season 3 of Stranger Things will be darker and more terrifying than the previous installments.

This is what the interpreter said in an interview with MTV News at the Sundance festival. “It feels like it’s bigger just by recording it, obviously I have not seen anything yet, but it seems bigger, darker, more frightening,” Dyer explains. “I think this season they have risen to a different level in a remarkable way, I do not know how they do it [the Duffer brothers] but I’m excited.”

Stranger Things is one of Netflix’s most acclaimed and popular original series , and there are many fans who are impatient for the arrival of the third season, which will be released next summer.

At the moment we do not know many details about what awaits the Hawkins gang in this new installment. We know that the third season of Stranger Things will take place during the summer of 1984 at the Starcourt Mall, details that we discovered thanks to a teaser published last July ,

Shawn Levy, producer and executive director of Stranger Things, has also warned that the new season of Stranger Things will show the viewer darker places and scenarios with more action than have been seen so far. “I can not go into the specific, but as you saw the second season was much more cinematic, much more based on the characters than the first, and this evolution will continue with the third season,” says Levy. “Sela season with more action of all.”

If you wonder when is the premiere of season 3 of Stranger Things , it points to the calendar on July 4 , which is the date chosen by Netflix to bring back its successful series. There are still a few months left, so be patient.

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