Like, I suspect, a good number of you, I spent last weekend rushing through season 3 of Stranger Things to make sure nothing was spoiled when I went online. It was a great season — the show did an admirable job balancing three-ish separate but related plot lines, and I loved how much wackiness it was able to bring to the series while still being able to slip into much more serious modes when it needed to. Seriously, we need the Steve and Robin spinoff ASAP.
But Stranger Things is also one of those shows that makes me question whether Netflix’s “release everything at once” strategy is really the best way to go. We could still be talking about episode 1 right now, analyzing where the series is going and what it’s exploring while our…
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