Drop everything: The first look at Stranger Things season three is here
And it's, well, confusing...
If you're eagerly awaiting the release of the third season of Netflix's Stranger Things, then you'll be pleased to know that the first teaser trailer for the series has just dropped. Although it's a little, OK very, vague.
The trailer takes the form of a commercial advertising Starcourt Mall, the newest addition to Hawkins' retail landscape. The 87-second clip features close-ups of stores and describes the mall as having a "state-of-the-art food court [for the] gorwing patriotic community."
Steve makes an appearance in the clip, working as an ice cream scooper at the new local parlour, alongside series newcomer Maya Hawke. There's no other sightings of any other cast members, however.
Just when the clip ends and you're left somewhat confused as to how this all ties in with the show but thinking that it will all likely be explained soon, it's revealed that the third season won't premiere until next summer. Yes, as in one year from now. Ouch.
In more positive news however, the series just received three nominations for this year's Emmy Awards — Millie Bobby Brown for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, David Harbour for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series and Best Drama Series.
While you wait for the third series, find out more about the novel that's in the works based on Eleven's mother.