‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 2019 Auditions and Online Registration. Netflix’s Stranger Things season three was a dead cert even before the second season dropped to widespread hysteria in October 2017, and the company made it official late in 2017.
While it has been a longer time coming compared to previous instalments, the hype is well and truly ramping up as summer 2019 approaches. Find out everything we know about Stranger Things 3 below.
When is Stranger Things 3 released on Netflix?
Netflix confirmed at the start of 2019 that the new third season would drop on 4th July 2019 – Independence Day in the USA.
David Harbour (Chief Jim Hopper) had already indicated that season three probably wouldn’t arrive until 2019. Netflix’s vice president of original programming Cindy Holland then confirmed that season three would not be released until summer 2019, saying however that the delay will be “worth the wait”.
“[“[Creators] The Duffer Brothers Creators] The Duffer Brothers and [producer] Shawn Levy, they understand the stakes are high,” she said. “They want to deliver something bigger and better than last year. I think it’s going to be a fantastic season. It will be worth the wait.”
On 10 November 2018, David Harbour confirmed that he had finished filming – and that he was looking forward to shaving off his moustache.
Matt & Ross Duffer, exec. prod.; Heather Taylor, casting dir.
Casting background talent for the Netflix series “Stranger Things,” starring Winona Ryder and David Harbour.
ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities
REQUIRED MEDIA: Headshot/Photo
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Shoots April 14, in Atlanta, GA.
Compensation & Union Contract Details
Pays $75/8 hrs.
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