If you didn't have plans for the Fourth of July, you do now. The third season of Stranger Things will be released on the holiday.
The Netflix series revealed the news in an early morning New Year's Day tweet, sharing a poster for the new season featuring the tagline, "One Summer Can Change Everything".
The streaming giant also put out a teaser video that shows Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve in the year 1985.
The new season is set in the summer of that year. Previous seasons had been set in the fall and winter.