On Nov. 6, 1983, Will Byers disappeared into the Upside Down, resulting in a whirlwind of supernatural incidents for those residing in Hawkins, Ind.
In 2019, Netflix is celebrating the fictitious 36th anniversary of his disappearance with the second edition of “Stranger Things Day.”
The celebration was first declared between seasons two and three last year. It invites fans to celebrate iconic moments of the series by hanging Christmas lights, indulging in Eggos, dressing as Will the Wise and more.
On its Twitter account, Stranger Things renewed the special day by posting a fan-centric video (above) and the following photo to show how fans can celebrate worldwide:
Additionally, this year includes a free “Scoops Ahoy” Play Banner on the vehicular soccer video game, Rocket League. The beloved series also teased that it will release a blooper reel from previous seasons to commemorate the themed day.
Season three, which drew record viewership for the series, premiered July 4 on Netflix. Season four has been confirmed by the streamer, and will be set outside of Hawkins, Ind., a teaser revealed on Sept. 30.
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