Stranger Things, a Netflix original series that first aired in 2016, has captured the attention of critics with 12 Emmy noms this year, including Outstanding Drama Series. But long before its critical acclaim, online streaming, binge-viewing, pop culture enthusiasts loved its supernatural take on “Stand By Me.” In addition to knowing how to produce a captivating show, the folks at Netflix have done a great job with the Social Media and marketing for the series.
We previously shared with you the Netflix 80’s-Style Stranger Things Fashion Collection, the fun faux posters that mock the horror film genre here and the Peanuts mashup A Stranger Things Christmas. Those are just a few examples of the clever marketing and many product offshoots. Now, as fans get ready for Season 3, Netflix and Stranger Things have outdone themselves with a complete transformation back in time. Read more