Published: Mon, July 16, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Laurence Reese

Stranger Things' Starcourt Mall Promo Pays a Visit to Steve's Job

Stranger Things' Starcourt Mall Promo Pays a Visit to Steve's Job

Could it be that the mall will feature heavily in the third season? They know fans want to know when the show is coming back, and they are probably doing their best to update us on that estimated release date.

The end of the trailer also advertises the opening of the mall (and likely the release of the new season) as "Next Summer".

Maya Hawke and Joe Keery

To quote Robin Sparkles, let's go to the mall, today, with an all-new Stranger Things teaser.

This promo follows through with actor David Harbour's comment that Stranger Things Season 3 "is a specific season to 1985, and so you'll see references to that." The teaser depicts the character of Steve Harrington, played by Joe Keery, as working in the Scoops Ahoy ice cream shop in the mall's "state of the art food court".

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On Monday, the show's Twitter account released a almost 90-second long look at what's in store for the Netflix series.

The ad name-drops a lot of '80s mall icons, including The Gap, Waldenbooks and music retailer Sam Goody.

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Stranger Things seasons one and two are available to watch on Netflix. Playing on nostalgia once again, the new Stranger Things trailer graces fans with a glance at stores that this generation will never be familiar with.

Additionally, the Mayor of Hawkins (Cary Elwes) has drafted a letter to the people of his town about the incoming shopping mall.

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Hawke joins as a new series regular in Season 3, in which Lucas' (Caleb McLaughlin) strong-willed little sister returns, only this time with an army of friends. It's also been teased that this will be darker than previous seasons.

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