Get more glimpses of Stranger Things 3 in new Netflix video

Both new and familiar faces grace the table read in this behind-the-scenes video from Netflix promoting the next season of Stranger Things.

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Warning: Stranger Things season 3 spoilers ahead. 

We're forced to wait patiently until 2019 to see what happens next to the residents of Hawkins, Indiana, but that doesn't mean Netflix won't give a few teasers about the next season of Stranger Things. 

We already know romance has bloomed between characters Mike (Finn Wolfhard) and Eleven (Millie Bobbie Brown), as well as between Max (Sadie Sink) and Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin).

We'll also get to see more of the older teen character Steve Harrington (Joe Keery), who showed his paternal side with younger character Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), guiding him through the perils of the Upside Down and school dances alike. 

But what about other characters from the hit sci-fi series? Thankfully, Netflix released a video on Friday giving fans a new glimpse at the cast including Lucas' sassy younger sister Erica (Priah Ferguson) who tells the camera to "Get out of here, nerds!" 

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Here's a quick glimpse at the script cover, though the title looks a little blurry most likely on purpose from prying fan eyeballs.

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We also spotted the new character Robin (Maya Thurman-Hawke), who is described as "a young woman who is bored at her job until she learns more about Hawkins' dark secrets."

The video shows cast and crew members attending an April 20 table read for the new season. We also get a few more new cast member announcements by way of name placards including Jake Busey and Cary Elwes. Elwes will play "sleazy" Hawkins politician Mayor Kline, while Busey will play a journalist who works for The Hawkins Post newspaper.