The show's executive producer, Shawn Levy, has confirmed the new season will have a "
The kids having fun on the set of Stranger Things in Atlanta, Ga. pic.twitter.com/cvj4LGyko3— Movies (@movievids_) August 11, 2018
“I can only promise you that Season 3 eventually goes places that are darker and unquestionably more action-packed than we’ve ever gone before,” he said in an interview with The Playlist. "
Stranger Things producer promises darker season 3. Because the first two were really friendly and cosy?— Lisa Ehlin (@lisaehlin) August 13, 2018
Fans are looking forward to see how Levy and the rest of the crew can make Season 3 darker than the previous two, considering we've already seen child abductions, physical assaults, dead bodies, lobotomies and other spine-chilling scenes in the series.
Bruh, how much darker can it get?— CaptainCanada (@MOGLCapCanada) August 12, 2018
It is going to be insanely fun to see where the upcoming season, set to premiere in 2019, takes us. It appears the writers are attempting to satisfy fans who want more romantic relationships and the horror fanatics who also tune in to the show.
We have a lot of confidence that the all-star cast, and the proven directors and producers, can satisfy everyone with the upcoming season, which will be built on two years of hype and anticipation by the time it's released.