Things are going to change for season 3 of Stranger Things . This was anticipated by his producer and director, Shawn Levy, when he presented the first details of the next installment of the Netflix star series, which will be released in 2019.
After two seasons focused on the monsters from the “Other Side”, the third part will focus on “fighting against new forces of evil,” Levy told Glamor magazine . There are no details about those possible creatures, although Levy had anticipated that it may be the “shadow” that leaves the body of the character Will Byers when he is possessed in the second season.
Poor Will, kidnapped in the first season on the Other Side, and possessed by evil creatures in the second, will finally have some peace in the third installment, the director also anticipated. “We’re going to give him a break, we’re not going to make him live a hell for the third time in a row, he’s going to help solve the problems, but it’s not going to be as bad as we did the incredible Noah Schnapp,” he said in reference. to his young actor.
One of the big surprises within the character dynamics of the second season was the friendship between Dustin and Steve. Now that they know it works, the writers aimed to show more of that link. “I want them to have a connection like they’ve really had for a year-to be like brothers,” Levy asked.
Although it does not yet have an assured premiere date, the third season is already written and only needs to adjust details to start filming. The number of episodes of Stranger Things 3 will be equal to that of the previous stages, with eight or nine episodes planned. Meanwhile, you can watch the first two seasons (or see each other again) on Netflix.