Published: Wed, May 22, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

STRANGER THINGS: Fans divided over Stranger Things latest raunchy season 3 teaser

STRANGER THINGS: Fans divided over Stranger Things latest raunchy season 3 teaser

The company has said it will produce 500,000 cans of New Coke. The company will also unveil limited-edition packages of original Coke with Stranger Things designs, as well as launching an ad in movie theaters. In fact, the Coke product - which boasts a sweeter, smoother style than the regular version - received "a reaction that included boycotts, letter-writing campaigns and thousands of phone calls to its Atlanta headquarters", according to The New York Times.

Even Coca-Cola admits the enormous fail in its history of New Coke.

New Coke was later renamed Coke II, which was also short-lived. All eight episodes of Stranger Things season 3 will be available to stream on Netflix on July 4. In an attempt to promote the upcoming third season, Netflix's science fiction horror series Stranger Things and Coca Cola have team up to bring an old recipe of the iconic beverage back: New Coke. The drink caused quite a stir in the summer of 1985, which is when Stranger Things Season 3 will pick up.

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Netflix said it hasn't accepted any money from Coke for the prime placement of soda in the new season, and that show creators Ross and Matt Duffer conceived of the idea on their own. To hold you over until pool season begins in earnest, Netflix has released the very first clip for the hit show-and it's a hot one. In anticipation of the new series, Netflix has released a new clip featuring one of these new characters.

Coke products have already appeared more than a dozen times in "Stranger Things", an eerie teenage drama set in a small in town during the 1980s.

I've heard the story about New Coke for years, about how it was a terrifying, monstrous disaster that everyone hated, sort of like the Demogorgon. While many consumers expressed a brand preference for Coca-Cola, blind testing revealed that they actually preferred the taste of Pepsi. It was the summer of '85, and when you talk about pop culture moments, New Coke was a really big deal. An "upside-down" Stranger Things-inspired vending machine will also pop up in select cities this summer to dispense free cans of New Coke for a limited time. "That's good for us, and it's good for 'Stranger Things'".

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