This past summer, viewers got a glimpse of Stranger Things Season 3 in a teaser video that introduced the Starcourt Mall, which looks to be a main setting in the third season. Ahead of the show's return in 2019, Netflix has now released a new online video for Stranger Things Season 3, and while it doesn't feature any new footage, it does unveil the titles of all eight upcoming episodes.

Below, you can watch the title teaser video for the new season of Stranger Things, which is set in the summer of 1985 and features the following titles:

  • Suzie, Do You Copy?
  • The Mall Rats
  • The Case of the Missing Lifeguard
  • The Sauna Test
  • The Source
  • The Birthday
  • The Bite
  • The Battle of Starcourt

Netflix previously revealed that Cary Elwes will play Hawkins Mayor Kline in season 3 of Stranger Things. "Handsome, slick, and sleazy," Kline has been described as being a "classic 80s politician" who is "more concerned with his own image than with the people of the small town he governs."

Jake Busey, who recently appeared in the new Predator movie, is also in the third season, playing "a journalist for the The Hawkins Post with questionable morals and a sick sense of humor."

Elwes and Busey join the cast of surviving characters from the first two seasons, as well as fellow newcomer to the show, Maya Thurman-Hawke, plays Robin, "an alternative girl who is equal parts sharp and playful. Bored with her mundane day job, she just wants a little excitement in her life… and gets more than she bargained for when she uncovers a dark secret in Hawkins."

Netflix also revealed that Priah Ferguson will have an increased role as Lucas' little sister, who will return "with an army of friends. No longer content with sitting on the sidelines, Erica finds herself on a wild mission to save Hawkins from a dangerous and unexpected new threat."

A premiere date for Stranger Things Season 3 has yet to be revealed, but we'll be sure to keep Daily Dead readers updated on future announcements.

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