Stranger Things season 3 review: The best season yet

Combining the best of the first season with comedy and color, Stranger Things 3 is a warm, summer

Stranger Things season 3 review: The best season yet

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With a tighter, slightly shorter run of eight episodes that manages to tap every emotional vein of childhood (even for those who didn’t grow up in the ’80s) while leaking more monsters from the Upside Down, Season 3 is a roller coaster that never lets up.

Combining the best of the first season with comedy and color, Stranger Things 3 is a warm, summer hit.

Their prodding and poking fun at each other, along with the glowing Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin and last season’s MVP Priah Ferguson as Erica, form the backbone of a party of misfits we never knew we needed.

This season’s sense of fun, along with its relationship drama and multiple odd pair-ups bring humor and touching moments that recall Game of Thrones at its best.

Watch the third season of Stranger Things on Netflix July 4.

A refreshing helping of humor and summer sunshine, this time round Stranger Things focuses on what the show does best.

Her world largely revolves around being Mike’s girlfriend: The boy and the sense of home he provides, which she tried so desperately to return to throughout season 2.

Meanwhile, those who remember the lasting shot of the second season will know that the gigantic spider-like Mind Flayer remains trapped but intact in the Upside Down.

New Stranger Things clothing lets you wear Demogorgons. : The Netflix hit inspires an H&M collection from another dimension — the 1980s.

It’s a fun excuse to spend the summer in the warmer-than-ever world of Stranger Things.

The ever-expanding cast introduces Maya Hawke, daughter of Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke, as Robin, an ice cream scooper working a summer job with Steve Harrington, who’s recently graduated and down on his luck.

While different, this season’s threats don’t benefit from the fear of the unknown — the Demogorgons and their variations just aren’t as scary as they used to be.

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