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The latest Stranger Things Stranger Things 3 trailer has dropped, and it's looking summery af.
It's got ladies lounging by the pool, and they're all there to see a mulleted Billy Hargrove who is a lifeguard.
It's loads lighter trailer than the last one in March, and it gives absolutely nothing away.
But as the clip shows, Stranger Things isn't all about the kids. One of my fave scenes from the whole of the second series was the newly introduced Billy Hargrove having a cheeky flirt with Mike's mum Karen.
It seems like creators of the show have clocked on to how much we loved it and are going to be making it a thing.
Karen and a load of mums can be seen relaxing by the pool, only to perk up considerably when Billy appears. The whole thing has a vibrant, 80s teen comedy feel to it - which I imagine is what we can expect from Stranger Things 3.
The main characters of the show - the kids - are all growing up, so it's going to be interesting to see how this works out in the third season.
It looks as if the Fourth of July holiday will be a major part of the next series, with summer vacation appearing to open up a load of action - especially seeing as the original trailer was posted on Twitter with the caption: "One summer can change everything."
It's no surprise then that it will be released on Netflix on 4 July. All eight episodes of the new season will debut exclusively on the site.
The last trailer channeled the same 80s vibe, but was a much darker affair. It was the first time we'd seen the kids looking all grown up.
Set to The Who's 'Baba O'Riley', the trailer shows that our beloved gang are 'not kids anymore', and are instead facing the teenage wasteland that follows their already troubled childhood.
But, by the looks of things, they're still tackling whatever comes their way together. It seems as though Eleven and Max have even become close pals as they dance around a bedroom listening to music together.
And - is that a little kiss between Mike and Eleven we see towards the end?
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