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Stranger Things cast warn Netflix viewers season 3 is 'gorier' and 'scarier' than ever

THE cast of Stranger Things have teased that the upcoming third series is "gorier" then ever.

The teen stars of the Netflix hit – Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Finn Wolfhard, Sadie Sink – appeared on yesterday's Good Morning America to discuss the next instalment, which airs on July 4.

Host Michael Strahan asked the cast if it was true that the sci-fi show, which will feature eight episodes based once again in Hawkins, Indiana, would be "darker" and "scarier" this season.

Taking the lead, 16-year-old Gaten Matarazzo, who plays Dustin, teased that viewers with a weak stomach may be in for a shock.

He shared: "It's definitely gorier, which is pretty cool.

"If you don't like gore stuff, I mean, watch it anyway. It's not for the faint of heart, as some would say."


In anticipation of the new series, Netflix has been getting fans excited by releasing a number of teaser images and clip, including one tagline that says: "One summer can change everything".

Show creators the Duffer Brothers revealed to IndieWire that there will be a time jump, which references to the 1985 film Back To The Future, as the series focuses on the characters' journeys through adolescence.

It's also been teased that Brenner is still alive, which would pose a fresh threat for Eleven, who was seen to be taking on her true name Jane and getting adopted by Hopper at the end of season two.

Will's "exorcism" of The Mind Flayer's influence on him involved the evil particles being expelled into the real world, so it is possible that the Upside Down could continue to have an influence on Hawkins.

Steve Harrington will also have a bigger role to play in the new season which will thrill fans who loved the development of his friendship with Dustin in particular.

Season three will see Mike and Eleven's romance continue after they kissed at the end of series two and are seen kissing again in new teaser images.

Stranger Things returns to Netflix on July 4.

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