On the edge of your seat waiting to see what happens in Stranger Things: Season 3? Looks like the folks behind Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights already know. In preparation for the parks' annual spooky event, Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort have announced the creation of all-new Stranger Things themed mazes. The mazes are set to debut at this year's festivities, beginning in September. Part of a continued partnership with Netflix, Universal's maze creators collaborated with the executive producers behind Stranger Things to bring to life parts of Seasons 2 and 3. Only time will tell what secrets Season 3 (and those mazes) hold.
Since you've already binged Stranger Things twice, and played the VR game, the only thing left to do is to start making up your own stories using the new Stranger Things action figures. SEE ALSO: 'Stranger Things' Season 2 will have'more horror' Funko unveiled six official, Netflix-approved action figures for characters from the show including Eleven, Lucas, Mike, Will, Dustin, and the Demogorgon. All clad in the outfits they wear in the series, the '80s-themed action figures even sport the Adidas and Puma gear seen in the show. But aside from retro fashion, one particular branding addition will stand out for hardcore fans: Eggo waffles. That's right, the Eleven action figure comes with an actual Eggo waffle and branded box.
Today in Entertainment: Caitlyn Jenner criticized for GOP baseball shooting comments; Jay Z's album '4:44' due June 30 The Slants celebrate Supreme Court victory for'the rights of all marginalized communities' 'Handmaid's Tale,' 'Stranger Things' among nominees for TCA Awards Miles Teller charged with public drunkenness in San Diego Jay Z's album '4:44' due June 30, teaser to single'Adnis' released Caitlyn Jenner on GOP baseball shooting: 'Liberals can't even shoot straight' 'Star Trek: Discovery' will launch on CBS in September John Oliver digs deep on Trump's promises to coal miners Matthew Knowles confirms birth of Beyoncé and Jay Z's twins The Slants celebrate Supreme Court victory for'the rights of all marginalized communities' Jay Z's album '4:44' due June 30, teaser to single'Adnis' released Caitlyn Jenner on GOP baseball shooting: 'Liberals can't even shoot straight' 'Star Trek: Discovery' will launch on CBS in September John Oliver digs deep on Trump's promises to coal miners Matthew Knowles confirms birth of Beyoncé and Jay Z's twins Awards season is ramping up once again as "Stranger Things," "This Is Us" and "The Handmaid's Tale" have been announced as nominees for the Television Critics Association Awards. With more than 200 TV critics among its members, the TCA acknowledges the strongest work in the medium for the 2016-17 season on broadcast networks and streaming services. HBO leads with 12 nominations, followed by FX (11), Netflix (10) and NBC (7). Contenders for program of the year include FX's Emmy-winning "Atlanta" as well as HBO's "Big Little Lies" and "The Leftovers," Netflix's "Stranger Things," the NBC drama "This Is Us" and "The Handmaid's Tale," which earned the streaming service Hulu its first TCA Award nomination. Other contenders include Carrie Coon, who was nominated both for her work in "The Leftovers" and "Fargo," "Fleabag" star and creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge and the five-part ESPN miniseries "O.J.: Made in America."
"Stranger Things" star Finn Wolfhard was recently criticized by fans on social media after he allegedly refused to interact with them outside of a hotel. According to People, fans of the young actor and the hit Netflix series were disappointed by his behavior. After all, they waited very long hours just to get a glimpse of their idol. However, Wolfhard's "Stranger Things" co-star, Shannon Purser, came to his defense by slamming the fans that appeared to be demanding too much. Purser stressed the fact that Wolfhard, as well as the other cast members of "Stranger Things," are not required to stop for anyone anytime.