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Stranger Things is an American science fiction horror web television series created, written, and directed by the Duffer Brothers and released on Netflix. The siblings also serve as executive producers with Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen. The first season stars Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Cara Buono, and Matthew Modine, with Noah Schnapp and Joe Keery in recurring roles. For the second season, Schnapp and Keery were made series regulars, as were newly cast Sadie Sink, Dacre Montgomery, Sean Astin, and Paul Reiser, with Priah Ferguson appearing in a recurring role. Maya Hawke joined the cast for the third season, while Ferguson was promoted to a series regular. Set in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, in November 1983, the first season focuses on the investigation into the disappearance of a young boy amid supernatural events occurring around the town, including the appearance of a girl with psychokinetic abil

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Stranger Things (season 3)

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Stranger Things (season 3)

The third season of the American science fiction-horror web television series Stranger Things, titled Stranger Things 3, was released worldwide on Netflix's web streaming service on July 4, 2019. The series is set in summer, 1985. The series was created by the Duffer Brothers, who are also executive producers along with Shawn Levy, Dan Cohen and Iain Paterson. The third season stars Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, Dacre Montgomery, Maya Hawke, Priah Ferguson, and Cara Buono. Cary Elwes, Jake Busey, and Francesca Reale appear in recurring roles.[1][2][3] Premise In the summer of 1985 in Hawkins, the new Starcourt Mall has become the focal point of the town, driving other stores out of business. Sheriff Jim Hopper is conflicted over Eleven and Mike's budding relationship, while Joyce considers moving out of Hawkins for better prospects, leaving the state of the children's frie

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Stranger Things (season 1)

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Stranger Things (season 1)

The first season of the American science fiction-horror web television series Stranger Things premiered exclusively via Netflix's web streaming service on July 15, 2016.[1] The series was created by The Duffer Brothers who are also executive producers along with Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen. The first season stars Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Cara Buono, and Matthew Modine, with Noah Schnapp and Joe Keery in recurring roles. Premise The first season begins in November 1983, when researchers at Hawkins National Laboratory open a rift to the "Upside Down", an alternate dimension. A monster from the Upside Down escapes and abducts a boy named Will Byers. His mother, Joyce, and the town's police chief, Jim Hopper, search for Will. At the same time, a young psychokinetic girl called Eleven escapes from the laboratory and assists Will's friends, Mike, Dustin, and Lucas, in their own efforts to find Will.[2] Cast and

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Stranger Things (season 2)

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Stranger Things (season 2)

The second season of the American science fiction-horror web television series Stranger Things, titled onscreen as Stranger Things 2, premiered exclusively via Netflix's web streaming service on October 27, 2017.[1] The series was created by the Duffer Brothers, who are also executive producers along with Shawn Levy, Dan Cohen and Iain Paterson. The second season stars Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, Dacre Montgomery, Cara Buono, Sean Astin and Paul Reiser. Brett Gelman, Linnea Berthelsen and Matthew Modine also appear in recurring roles. Premise On October 29th 1984, Will Byers finds himself the target of the Upside Down a year after his disappearance as a large tentacled figure named the Mind Flayer soon terrorises the citizens of Hawkins, drawing back Joyce and Hopper along with Mike's sister Nancy, Will's brother Jonathan, and Nancy's boyfriend Steve, as well as Will's c

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Eleven (Stranger Things)

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Eleven (Stranger Things)

Eleven (born Jane Ives; later Jane Hopper) is a fictional character of the Netflix science fiction horror series Stranger Things. Portrayed by English actress Millie Bobby Brown, she is a girl with psychokinetic and telepathic abilities.[1] Fictional character biography Season 1 Eleven is the daughter of Teresa "Terry" Ives, a participant in the Project MKUltra experiments conducted by the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Eleven appears to have been born telekinetic. However, the use of her abilities temporarily weakens her and causes her nose to bleed. At birth, Eleven was taken away from her mother by Dr. Martin Brenner and was raised in the Hawkins National Laboratory in Hawkins, Indiana as a test subject to develop her psychokinetic skills. When placed in a sensory deprivation tank she can engage in astral projection and access other dimensions, primarily for the purposes of international espionage. Eleven encounters a creature living in the Upside Down dimension, and on the evening of N

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Music of Stranger Things

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The Stranger Things original soundtracks are composed by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of the electronic band Survive.[1] They make extensive use of synthesizers in homage to 1980s artists and film composers including Jean-Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, Vangelis, Goblin, John Carpenter, Giorgio Moroder, and Fabio Frizzi.[2] Background The Duffer Brothers were first made aware of Dixon and Stein's music while watching the 2014 thriller film The Guest, which featured music produced and performed by their band Survive.[3] While creating a mock trailer that that was later used to sell the show to Netflix, the Duffers decided to use Survive's song "Dirge" to serve as the trailer's soundtrack.[1][4] Once the show was green-lit, the Duffers contacted Survive around July 2015 to ask if the group was still together and available to potentially score the season; in turn, Dixon and Stein provided the production team with dozens of unreleased songs from their band's past, which aided them in their bid for the job.[1]

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List of awards and nominations received by Stranger Things

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List of awards and nominations received by Stranger Things

Stranger Things is an American science fiction-horror web television series created for Netflix by the Duffer Brothers and features an ensemble cast. It is set in the fictional rural town of Hawkins, Indiana, in the 1980s. The nearby Hawkins National Laboratory ostensibly performs scientific research for the United States Department of Energy, but secretly does experiments into the paranormal and supernatural, including those that involve human test subjects. Inadvertently, they have created a portal to an alternate dimension called "the Upside Down". The influence of the Upside Down starts to affect the unknowing residents of Hawkins in calamitous ways.[1][2] All episodes of the first season were released on Netflix on July 15, 2016,[3] while the second season was released in its entirety on October 27, 2017.[4] The series has received critical acclaim and numerous accolades for its writing, acting, directing, production values, soundtrack, and visual effects. Stranger Things has been nominated for many awa

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List of Stranger Things characters

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The Duffer Brothers and the cast of season 2 of Stranger Things at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con International Stranger Things is an American science fiction-horror web television series created for Netflix by The Duffer Brothers, set in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, in the 1980s. The first season, set in 1983, focuses on the investigation into the disappearance of a young boy named Will Byers amid supernatural events occurring around the town, including the appearance of a girl with psychokinetic abilities who helps Will’s friends in their own search.[1] The second season, titled Stranger Things 2, is set a year after the first, and deals with attempts of the characters to return to normal and consequences that linger from the first season, as well as adding new characters such as Max Mayfield and her stepbrother Billie Hargroves and Joyce’s new love interest Bob.[2] The third season, Stranger Things 3, is set in 1985, continuing the story, and adding new characters such as Steve's coworker Robin.

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Stranger Things 2 (soundtrack)

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Stranger Things 2 (soundtrack)

The soundtrack album for the second season of Stranger Things, titled Stranger Things 2, was released digitally on October 20, 2017, via Lakeshore and Invada Records.[1][2] Like the previous season, the soundtrack was composed by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of the electronic band Survive. The album was also released on physical formats such as CD, vinyl, and cassette in the year following the soundtrack's initial digital release.[1] Composition On the soundtrack's composition, Dixon and Stein together said that the score for the season introduces "new styles of composition, while still revisiting old themes when appropriate ... We've created new elements that are necessary to support the story, but still want to remain true to the sound of Season 1." The two had previously stated they've purchased new equipment as to allow further experimentation and diversification during the scoring process.[3] Critical reception The first track on the album, "Walkin' in Hawkins", was released early on October 12, 2017

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Stranger Things: Halloween Sounds from the Upside Down

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Stranger Things: Halloween Sounds from the Upside Down

Stranger Things: Halloween Sounds from the Upside Down is a supplemental compilation soundtrack album with unreleased cues used in the second season of Stranger Things that had a digital release on October 5, 2018, via Lakeshore and Invada Records. The music on the album was produced by the series' longtime composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of the electronic band Survive, and was previously available only as bonus tracks for the iTunes edition of the soundtrack album for Stranger Things 2.[1] The album was also released physically as an orange-colored vinyl record for an exclusive limited run on Record Store Day's annual Black Friday event.[1][2] Track listing No. Title Length 1. "Turn on the Lights" 1:44 2. "Sick of Cow" 4:04 3. "Power Maintenance" 1:32 4. "Roars from the Lab" 2:33 5. "Mercy" 4:04 6. "Shadow in the Tunnel" 4:21 7. "Do You Accept the Risk?" 0:26 8. "Tree Slime" 1:11 9. "Entering the Cellar" 2:06 10. "A Familiar Shape" 6:50 11. "The Spy" 4:49 12. "Turn Right &#

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Stranger Things: Music from the Netflix Original Series

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Stranger Things: Music from the Netflix Original Series

Stranger Things: Music from the Netflix Original Series is the non-original composition soundtrack companion to the second season of Stranger Things. The album, which interlaces popular eighties songs with sound bytes from the first and second seasons, was released on October 27, 2017, by Legacy Recordings to coincide with the release of the second season.[1] The album was nominated in the Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media category at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, but lost to the soundtrack album for the film The Greatest Showman.[2][3] Track listing No. Title Performers(s) Length 1. "Introduction: Will Singing The Clash" (Dialogue) Noah Schnapp 0:27 2. "Every Breath You Take" The Police 4:11 3. "Should I Stay or Should I Go" The Clash 3:06 4. "Coffee and contemplation" (Dialogue) David Harbour 0:09 5. "Hazy Shade of Winter" The Bangles 2:45 6. "Nocturnal Me" Echo and the Bunnymen 4:55 7. "Bring him home!" (Dialogue) Winona Ryder 0:07 8. "Sunglasses at Night" Corey Hart 3:53

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Stranger Things (soundtrack)

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Stranger Things (soundtrack)

Stranger Things is the original soundtrack for the first season of the show with the same name. The first and second volume were released digitally by Lakeshore and Ivada Records on August 12 and 19, 2016, respectively.[1][2] Consisting of 75 songs produced and composed of by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein electronic band Survive, this release sums up to the duo's first collaboration outside of the band. The CD release of the soundtrack was similar to the digital rollout, with the first and second volumes being released on September 16 and 23, respectively, and limited editions on vinyl, in both individual and boxed sets, were released in July 2017.[3] A cassette version of the first volume of the soundtrack, sold exclusively by Urban Outfitters, was released on July 14, 2017. The cassette packaging features a cardboard cover that emulates an old VHS sleeve, while the cassette tape is made to look like a VHS tape.[4] Both volumes were nominated individually for the Best Score Soundtrack Category for the 2017 G

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Stranger Songs

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Stranger Songs

Stranger Songs is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson. It was released on June 28, 2019,[1] by Cabin 24 Records. The album contains music that is inspired by Netflix television series Stranger Things, with the album released shortly prior to the premiere of its third season. In addition to the album, Michaelson is composing music for a stage adaptation of the 2004 film The Notebook. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Michaelson described Stranger Songs as a "natural extension" of her work on The Notebook.[2] The lead single from the album, "Missing You", was released on May 10, 2019.[3] Track listing Stranger Songs – Standard edition No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length 1. "Freak Show" Michaelson Hailey Collier Louis Schoorl Peter Thomas Schoorl Thomas 3:12 2. "Young and in Love" Michaelson Dave Barnes Josh Kerr Sam de Jong de Jong 3:28 3. "Hey Kid" Michaelson Cason Cooley Katie Herzig Cooley Herzig 3:52 4. "Hate You" Michael

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Stranger Things: Music from the Netflix Original Series, Season 3

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Stranger Things: Music from the Netflix Original Series, Season 3

Stranger Things: Music from the Netflix Original Series, Season 3 is the non-original composition soundtrack companion to the third season of Stranger Things. The album, which will include fifteen popular songs paired with an original cast recording from the third season, will be released on July 5, 2019, by Legacy Recordings to coincide with the release of the third season.[1][2][3] Certain variant special vinyl editions of the album will come with an additional 7-inch single and other features, such as posters, stickers, puzzles, and more.[1][2][3] Track listing No. Title Performers(s) Length 1. "Baba O'Riley" (ConfidentialMX Remix) The Who 02:34 2. "Things Can Only Get Better" Howard Jones 03:54 3. "Material Girl" Madonna 04:00 4. "Cold as Ice" Foreigner 03:19 5. "She's Got You" Patsy Cline 02:58 6. "R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A. (A Salute to 60's Rock)" John Mellencamp 02:54 7. "Neutron Dance" The Pointer Sisters 04:13 8. "Can't Fight This Feeling" REO Speedwagon 04:53 9. "Wake Me Up Befor

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Stranger Things 3 (soundtrack)

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Stranger Things 3 (soundtrack)

The original soundtrack album for the third season of Stranger Things, titled Stranger Things 3, was released digitally on June 28, 2019, via Lakeshore and Invada Records.[1][2] Like the previous two seasons, the soundtrack was composed by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of the electronic band Survive.[1][2] The album was also released on physical formats such as CD, vinyl, and cassette.[1][2] Composition In a press release that accompanied the announcement of the score's release, Dixon and Stein disclosed that they made an album "that doesn’t feel like a ‘score’ necessarily, but one that feels more like a stand-alone record than a collection of brief cues. We’ve incorporated the main narrative elements of the series and stayed true to the original sound while at the same time expanding on our musical palette – we often pushed it to the limit."[1][2] They also stated that they "made an effort to curate this album to showcase the moments we think are really special."[1][2] Track listing No. Title Length 1

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