” fans everywhere celebrate Nov. 6 as “Stranger Things” Day, a day to share their love for the series. In the show, Nov. 6 marks the day that character Will Byers goes missing in 1983.
is observing the occasion by teasing new and exclusive content, hosting live fan experiences, virtual and in-person special screenings and introducing limited-edition merchandise online and in brick-and-mortar stores around the world.
Starting at 11 a.m. PT on Nov. 6, fans and newcomers alike can visit “Stranger Things” world on
to watch the first episode of the series and interact with the immersive world of Hawkins.
The official store of Netflix
, is celebrating all week long with daily “Stranger Things” drops, featuring limited-edition collectible cards from Zero Cool, as well as exclusive designs by artists Butcher Billy and Kyle Lambert.
+ will launch a series of “Stranger Things” streaming shopping stunts starting on Nov. 6, and on Nov. 11, a “Stranger Things” Christmas ‘86 shopping segment will highlight “strange” presents.
In Mexico, Little Caesars is developing an exclusive pizza and taking over 500+ stores with in-store activations, a digital experience, swag and prizes. And In Brazil, O Boticário will launch a multi-title program with two exclusive “Stranger Things” products supported by a digital campaign, a Tiktok challenge and more than 3,500 stores activations.
French fashion company
is launching a “Stranger Things” collection available globally. With designs, colors, and prints that call back to the ‘80s, Balmain x “Stranger Things” is an exclusive collection available to shop at the Balmain online store and Netflix.shop.
In Italy, Italian heritage brand Moon Boot will launch an exclusive capsule collaboration.
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