‘Stranger Things’ First Look At Maya Hawke As Robin In Season 3



The 90-second video heralds the arrival of the Starcourt Mall - "one of the finest shopping facilities in America and beyond" - in the fictional in hamlet.

Hawkins has had a lot of bad incidents in season 1 and 2 of Stranger Things, it seems only fitting that they get something nice in season 3.

And a brand new teaser trailer revealed a new addition to the supernaturally cursed suburb upon its release Monday. Other than Steve Harrington, played by Joe Keery, making an appearance, the teaser mostly focuses on the mall and not the cast of the show.

The mall is set to open next summer, which may be a hint as to when the next season will debut. No official word has been released on that front as of yet, however.

The promo above touts the mall's many trendy places to shop or just hang, including Waldenbooks, Sam Goody, Claire's and Wicks "N" Sticks.

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If there's one thing that best defines the 1980s, it's the shopping mall. "Starcourt Mall has it all!"

Plus, the new mall setting, tied in with the 80s setting, has us immediately thinking about Dawn Of The Dead.

For fans wanting a teaser of the actual plot of the third season, this is not the one.

Assuming that ends up being the case, that means we're also probably going to have to wait a while to see an actual trailer for Stranger Things season 3. She's said to be playing an "alternative girl", and now we know that she'll be spending some time with Steve at work, that's bound to create some kind of romantic situation. That may be frustrating for impatient viewers, but Stranger Things season 3 is coming.

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