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Stranger Things Season 3 Ending: Everything you should know!

The third season of the American science fiction horror drama television series Stranger Things, titled Stranger Things 3, was released worldwide on Netflix’s streaming service on July 4, 2019.

The series was created by the Duffer Brothers, who along with Sean are also executive producers. Levy, Dan Cohen, and Ian Paterson.

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Stranger Things Season 3 Summary

At Hawkins’ Independence Day fair, Grigory Corner Cline seeks to step up efforts to find Hopper. Mike inadvertently confesses his love for Eleven.

To find the Mind Flair, Eleven uses her powers to mentally communicate with Billy, learn of his troubled childhood, and attempt to find Flair in the mill.

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Stranger Things Season 3 Ending Explained!

Where else we begin, Starcourt Mall. After spending the entire season apart, the all-important characters are now back together.

Max, Eleven, Mike, Lucas, Will, Nancy, Jonathan, Dustin, Steve, Erica, Robin, Hopper, Joyce, and even Murray Bauman meet to discuss how to banish the Mind Flayer , which has infected (or “flayed”).

A big part of Hawkins in his bid for world domination. Beneath the surface, Murray successfully tripped the fuse needed to blow the gate generator. Hopper and Joyce need to go into the gate room and turn on the generator, which will cause it to self-destruct and destroy the gate.

To accomplish this, they must work ahead of all Russian soldiers and scientists – and deal with the security chief, a Russian “terminator” who still holds a vendetta against Hopper.

Are aspects of the Mind Flayer hiding beneath the surface of these two young individuals, waiting to be freed from Hawkins to spread to the wider world?

The climax of the Season 3 finale sees Billy battling against our heroes while in possession of the Mind Flayer. , but thanks to Eleven’s efforts, he manages to overcome the demon’s hold on his mind in time for a heroic sacrifice to protect El and the others.

Stranger Things Season 3 End-Credit Scene Explained!

The mid-credits scene from The Stranger Things Season 3 transports fans to a top-secret prison in Kamchatka, Russia. Inside, a guard was instructed to leave the “American” inside his cell before dragging the Russian working with Alexei into an underground cage at the Hayes House.

A guard then opened a hatch inside the cage to release a Demogorgon. The nightmare of the Upside Down apparently isn’t over yet.

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Stranger Things Season 3 Ending Review!

A word about the ending. We don’t particularly see Hopper exploding in the organic mulch when Joyce destroys the Russian reality laser. The other characters mourn him – and move on. The Byers family leaves Hawkins, bringing Eleven with them.

He has lost his superpowers for now. Everything is changing – and he gets a late(?) paternal speech, Hopper was dealing with words to that effect. “I don’t want things to change,” he explains how ridiculous it is.

He cannot turn back the clock. “Keep growing up, kid,” he says from beyond. “Don’t let me stop you.” And then, in a post-credits scene, the assassination of the Soviet Union is holding some unseen American hostage.

It is possible, I think, that Hopper is not American. It’s worth noting how this short teaser wraps up: Demogorgon Witness the return, with its rose-petal skull flap.

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