Stranger Things season three is closing in on fans and as the Netflix show is known for its cryptic teases, the latest trailer may be a goldmine for fans of the show.
The new short from one of the episodes features a group of the mums from in season two pining over Billy Hargrove (played by Dacre Montgomery).
Billy can be seen asserting his authority at the Hawkins swimming pool, where he acts as a lifeguard.
And after telling off a child for running near the pool, he gives off his usual bravado to the women staring at him.
However, it is unusual for the show to release such a long clip of its episodes – so could it hold a huge hint for what is to come in the third season?
Fans will remember the first trailer for season three which showed off a lot of water imagery – including many shots of Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) on a beach, as well as her drowning.
Billy himself can also be seen in a shower with something which looks like a growth from the Upside Down on his arm.
The new clip features Billy predominantly, which could be a huge hint towards him being a large part of season three.
While he was sort of a bad guy in season two, the new episodes may feature Billy as the main antagonist, under the control of the creatures from the Upside Down.
And if he himself is under the beast’s control, could he then go on to take control of other people?
Stranger Things has amped up its Dungeons & Dragons lore throughout its episodes so far.
And while the effects of the Mind Flayer were demonstrated in season two, they only affected the creatures from the Upside Down.
If this power is extended in season three to humans, the residents of Hawkins, Indiana may be in for an “Invasion of the Bodysnatchers” situation.
Eleven is sure to feature heavily in the upcoming season as well, as the only character with any sort of discernable powers.
But could the show also open up a slot for Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) to use some sort of power?
Will has been struggling with his powers since season one, as he was taken to the Upside Down by the Demogorgon.
Season two saw him use his power of “True Sight” to help out the team with the Mind Flayer.
Although he has secretly been harboring more powers and leftovers from his time in the alternate reality.
Could he be a large part of the show’s next season?
Stranger Things season 3 arrives July 4 on Netflix.
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