New 'Stranger Things' Trailer Gives Final Look Into Season 3 Before July Premiere

Calling all Stranger Things fans – this is not a drill. Season 3 will drop in just two weeks and Netflix just gave us a brand-new trailer.

In the nearly three-minute clip, which debuted Thursday night, fans will not only see Eleven and company but will hear the voice of The Mind Flayer – the eerie creature that possessed Will Byers in Season 2.

"You let us in and now, you are going to have to let us stay," a voice says in the beginning of the trailer.

One major conflict already proposed in Season 3 is the "gate" Eleven supposedly closed at the conclusion of Season 2, may not have been fully closed and The Mind Flayer (also known as the Shadow Monster) is looking for its next host.

"What is [the Shadow Monster] never left," Will says to Eleven. "What if we locked him out here with us ... He's going to attach himself to somebody again."

By the looks of the subsequent scene, the next "host" may just be Season 2 bad-boy Billy (Dacre Montgomery); however, the creature's voice sounds familiar to that of Chief Hopper (David Harbour).

While fans will need to wait until the Season 3 premiere to identify the Shadow Monter's next victim, the trailer also hints at other returning elements. With the gate possibly still open, the Demogorgon – or something much more frightening – remains to terrorize Eleven, Mike, Dustin and others.

Along with creatures from the Upside Down, the Hawkins National Laboratory may have made a comeback. Toward the conclusion of the latest trailer, masked scientists are shown and a mysterious green slime is found by Steve Harring.

Stranger Things' newest trailer was quite a sight to behold but definitely left plenty of question marks, giving fans all the more reasons to anticipate the July 4 premiere.

Rumors began to circulate in November 2018 – triggered by a video of teary-eyed Millie Bobby Brown in post-production – that Season 3 will be the conclusion of the beloved sci-fi series; show creator Ross Duffer said via Vulture in August 2017 that he and his brother, Matt Duffer, were "thinking it will be a four-season thing and then out."

Netflix also reassured fans via Twitter that there was no reason to "drop your Eggos."

"Rumors that the Duffer Bros are leaving Stranger Things after season 3 are false," the streaming service said at the time.

Season 3 of Stranger Things is available to stream on Netflix starting on July 4.

Stranger Things 3 First Look
Actors (L-R) Noah Schnapp, Caleb McLaughlin, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Sadie Sink, Charlie Heaton and Natalia Dyer are pictured in character in a first look still for 'Stranger Things 3.' The next season hits Netflix on July 4, 2019. Netflix
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