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[VIDEO] ‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Recap: Where Did Show Leave Off?

When stranger things Season 4 Part 1 comes out on Netflix on Friday, it will be almost three (!) years since we got the last new episodes of the Duffer Brothers’ cross-genre hit. So if you’re a little foggy where the action left off, that’s more than understandable.

Luckily, TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich has put together a handy dandy video that lists the eight most important things to remember before diving into the first seven oversized episodes of the show’s penultimate season. (The final two episodes arrive Friday, July 1.) Some of the information you’ll likely find important includes updates on the status of the tireless Mind Flayers, our heroine Eleven, and her “deceased” father, not one but two couples and the unlikely hero who we were sure was gone forever.

The refresher course also reveals which new favorites are back stronger than ever in Season 4, and teases the grave danger our protagonists are falling into. Because, come on, there is always great danger for this gang!

As previously reported, this time the action will not only take place in Hawkins, where most of our original main characters still live, but in California, which is now the home of El and the Byerses, and in Russia, where Hopper has been imprisoned. The show’s tangled supernatural mythology will be unraveled more than ever in Season 4, the Duffers recently told our sister site Deadline. “Each season we just peel the layers” of the onion, which is it, Ross said. “But this season we really wanted to get into it and [reveal] some of those answers.”

To refresh your memories of Season 3, just press PLAY on the video above. Then write your hopes/fears for Season 4 in the comments.

https://tvline.com/2022/05/25/stranger-things-season-3-recap-video-where-show-left-off-netflix/ [VIDEO] ‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Recap: Where Did Show Leave Off?

Emma James

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