As Stranger Things has dominated pop culture conversations in recent years, it's natural to crave shows like Stranger Things after binging the series. With its coming of age stories, 80's nostalgia, and sci-fi overtones, Stranger Things is a truly unique program. However, it isn't impossible to find TV shows and movies that encapsulate the Stranger Things spirit. This list contains recommendations for movies and TV shows to watch if you love Stranger Things.
Shows and movies like Stranger Things often examine young relationships or dark deeds. What to watch after Stranger Things really depends on your mood. What are some movies and TV shows for Stranger Things fans? The Goonies finds a gang of misfits banding together with a few older kids to uncover the fortune of One-Eyed Willy the Pirate. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial and Twin Peaks are also good TV shows for those who like Stranger Things. Other great movies and series recommended for fans of Stranger Things include Freaks and Geeks, It, and Stand By Me.
What do you watch when you finish binging Stranger Things? Vote the best viewing material up to the top of this list and please add any good shows or movies we may have missed.
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