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New Stranger Things Season 3 Photos Reveal A Touching Eleven Detail

Stranger Things fans have gone nearly a year and a half without any new episodes since Season 2 back in October 2017, and the wait for Season 3 won’t be over until July. The good news is that Netflix finally started releasing some clear content from the upcoming third season, with a trailer that introduced Hawkins’ new monster. Some new photos released as well, and they reveal a detail about Eleven that is touching rather than terrifying or badass. Take a look and see if you can spot it:

No, I’m not talking about Eleven and Max enjoying some ice cream in what appears to be some girl time without the guys of the group, although that’s touching in its own way. They didn’t exactly get off to the strongest start. The touching detail worth noting in this image is what El has on her left wrist.

That’s right! Everybody’s favorite telekinetic teenager is still wearing the blue hairband bracelet she debuted at the Snow Ball in the Season 2 finale. Normally a hairband is just a hairband, and they can be found on the wrists of folks with long hair everywhere. This hairband is much more meaningful for Eleven, however. It originally belonged to Sara Hopper.

For the full first season and most of the second, Hopper wore the hairband on his own wrist as a reminder of the little girl he’d lost. David Harbour referred to it as “a security blanket for him.” He stated that “the death of his daughter is his grounding place for reality,” and the hairband represented his connection to her.

His decision to give the hairband to Eleven — which technically happened off-screen, but still counts as touching — showed both his development since Season 1 and his acceptance of Eleven as his adopted daughter rather than just his responsibility. El debuted it on her wrist at the Snow Ball, and the photos from Season 3 prove that it’s not just a hairband for special occasions.

Take a look at another glimpse of El with her hairband bracelet:

This shot of Eleven with the bracelet is a little harder to make out, but it certainly gives the impression that El rarely if ever takes it off. She’s wearing a different outfit as she kneels in Dustin’s room with Dustin, Will, and Mike.

In fact, given that she seems to be wearing a shirt about 14 sizes too big for her, my money is on this scene happening before El and Max head to the mall. I would wager that the girls go shopping to get Eleven some clothes that aren’t Hopper castoffs, although that does sound a little happy for Stranger Things. Maybe they’ll encounter an Upside Down monster or contagion while on their way to get ice cream!

There’s still one more shot of Eleven in a different outfit with the bracelet:

The hairband is even harder to spot in this photo, but it’s there! Of course, the point of this scene is undoubtedly going to be on whatever creepy catastrophe brings the group to the emergency room. There are some key characters missing from the shot. Could Hopper or Joyce have been injured? Or Dustin or Steve? Steve isn’t looking too good in the trailer. Or could it just be somebody random who has been mauled/infected/overwhelmed by something sinister from another world?

Only time will tell. Stranger Things Season 3 won’t premiere on Netflix until July 4, but you can always check out some of Netflix’s other offerings or the first two seasons of the show, both of which are available streaming.

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The TV Reunion & Premiere Lineup – TV Insider

As April nears, it signifies the impending arrival of 2019’s Tribeca Film Festival taking place in New York City between April 24 and May 5.

Among the many films, documentaries and talks scheduled are many exciting TV premieres and celebrations that fans alike can attend. Titles set to debut at the festival are Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys from executive producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, HBO’s Chernobyl and On Tour with Asperger’s Are Us, Netflix’s Tuca & Bertie, Nat Geo’s The Hot Zone and A&E’s I Want My MTV documentary.

Also set to take place is the special “Tribeca Talks Farewell Conversation with the Cast and Creator of Mr. Robot,” which will include recent Best Actor winner and series star Rami Malek. There are a few great reunion presentations set up as well, which feature a  25th anniversary celebration for In Living Color‘s series finale, and a 30th anniversary event for The Simpsons.

Paramount Network’s Younger will debut its sixth season at the festival, and Vida returns to the platform again for its Season 2 world premiere. All of this and more are taking place when the Tribeca Film Festival begins in late April, so make sure to check out the listings and tickets for a chance to get up close and personal with some of today’s biggest TV stars and creators.


In Living Color – Celebrating 25 Years Since the Finale

Saturday, April 27, 5pm, Tribeca Festival Hub
It’s been 25 years since the finale of the groundbreaking sketch comedy show In Living Color. Celebrate the Emmy Award-winning program with a screening of the pilot followed by a reunion/conversation with creator and star Keenan Ivory Wayans with costars Shawn Wayans, Kim Wayans, Tommy Davidson, Rosie Perez, and David Alan Grier.

The Simpsons – 30th Anniversary

Sunday, April 28, 5pm, BMCC
Celebrate TV’s longest running animated comedy series for its 30th anniversary by screening the episodes “Marge vs the Monorail” and “The Day the Earth Stood Cool,” followed by a conversation with executive producers James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean and Matt Selman with voice star Harry Shearer. The event will be moderated by Yeardley Smith — the voice of Lisa Simpson.

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Younger Season 6 World Premeire

Thursday, April 25, 6pm, Tribeca Festival Hub
Attend a screening of the first episode and enjoy a conversation following the episode with executive producer Darren Star, and cast members Sutton Foster, Hilary duff, Debi Mazar, Miriam Shor, Nico Trotorella, Peter Hermann, Molly Bernard and Charles Michael Davis.

Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics And Men – New York Series Premiere

Thursday, April 25, 8pm, Beacon Theatre
The premiere for Showtime’s upcoming docuseries features a look at the famed music group’s past including interviews with its surviving members — RZA, GZA, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Raekwon da Chef, Cappadonna and Masta Killa — all of which are set to attend.

Chernobyl – World Series Premiere

Friday, April 26, 8pm, Tribeca Festival Hub
The HBO drama about the 1986 nuclear incident premieres at the festival, followed by a conversations with stars Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård, and Emily Watson, writer Craig Mazin, and director Johan Renck.

Tribeca Talks: A Farewell to Mr. Robot

Sunday, April 28, 3pm, Tribeca Festival Hub
This special discussion will look back on the USA series through the years with cast members Rami Malek, Christian Slater and Carly Chaikin with series creator Sam Esmail.

On Tour With Asperger’s Are Us – World Series Premiere

Monday, April 29, 8pm, SVA Theater
Get a look at HBO’s six-part documentary series that follows a comedy troupe comprised of members who all have autism. Then, following the screening, attendees will be treated to a performance by the comedy troupe featured in the show.

The Boys – World Series Premiere

Monday, April 29, 8:45pm, SVA Theater
Amazon Prime Video’s upcoming comedy series, which takes a look at what happens when superheroes abuse their powers. Join cast members Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Karen Fukuhara, Elisabeth Shue and executive producer/showrunner Eric Kripke after afterwards.

Hot Zone – World Series Premiere

Tuesday, April 30, 5:30pm, SVA Theater
Based on Richard Preston’s best-selling book, Nat Geo’s upcoming series explores the origins of the Ebola virus on U.S. soil. Join showrunners and executive producers Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson, bestselling author Richard Preston, and cast member Julianna Margulies after for a conversation.

Tuca & Bertie – World Series Premiere

Wednesday, May 1, 8:30pm, Tribeca Festival Hub
Netflix’s animated comedy series tells the story of friendship between two 30-year-old bird women. Join stars Ali Wong, Tiffany Haddish and creator Lisa Hanawalt for a conversation after.

I Want My MTV – World Premiere Feature Documentary

Wednesday, May 1, 9pm, SVA Theater
A&E’s documentary focuses on the early days of MTV, featuring the musicians, VJs, and executives that were there at the start. After the screening, join filmmakers Tyler Measom and Patrick Waldrop, MTV co-founder John Sykes, former MTV CEO Judy McGrath, Darryl McDaniels of Run-DMC, and original MTV VJ Mark Goodman for a conversation.

Vida – Season 2 World Premiere

Thursday, May 2, 5:30pm, SVA Theater
Enjoy the premiere episode of Season 2, and join the cast and executive producer of the Starz series — Tanya Saracho Melissa Barrera, Mishel Prada, Ser Anzoategui, Chelsea Rendon, Carlos Miranda, Roberta Colindrez and Raúl Castillo — for a conversation.

State of the Union – New York Series Premiere

Saturday, May 4, 6:30pm, SVA Theater
Sundance’s original comedy series screens followed by a conversation with showrunners Stephen Frears and Nick Hornby with star Rosamund Pike.

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