Now that Season 3 is finally here, fans have been pretty preoccupied binge-watching the new season.
Earlier this week, anti-smoking group Truth Initiative issued a report found that 100% of the episodes in the first two seasons of "Stranger Things" included smoking. But expectations can be hard to manage when you nail something out of the gate as well as Stranger Things did, and I'm glad that Netflix has continued with the series. Season 3 is now available to stream on Netflix, and the show still has a bright future ahead of it because people love the show! But we are positive that we will definitely get another season.
With yet another battle taking place between the real world and the monsters of the Upside Down, this can't be the end for one of the top series Netflix has to offer.
The third season of "Stranger Things" started streaming on July 4.
Truth Initiative, "America's largest nonprofit public health organization committed to making tobacco use a thing of the past", recently published a study cataloging the increased instances of characters smoking in television series. The icky, body-sucking blob was responsible for most of Season 3's massive body count and proved that there are plenty of awful ways to go when toe-to-toe with the Upside Down (some grosser than others). The season opens with a lot that's familiar, but also a lot of subtle changes, which sets the scene for what Stranger Things is really about now.
Seeing as though many of us want to know if Chief Jim Hopper is, in fact, dead, if the kids actually stay friends, and if the Demogorgon will make its return, we don't think waiting another few years will work this time around.