Cary Elwes and Jake Busey are Joining the Cast of ‘Stranger Things’ for Season 3

Jason McDonald

While their may be a bit of turmoil behind the scenes of “Stranger Things” the show must go on.  For season two of “Stranger Things” Netflix nabbed a couple of actors (Paul Reiser and Sean Astin) who had some ’80s/’90s nostalgia attached to their name.  For season three it looks like they’re following the same formula.

According to Variety, Netflix has signed actors Cary Elwes and Jake Busey for season three of “Stranger Things.”  According to the site Cary Elwes will be playing Mayor Kline who is described as . . .

Handsome, slick, and sleazy. Your classic ’80s politician – more concerned with his own image than with the people of the small town he governs.

Handsome and slick, Elwes sounds like the perfect match for the role.  And given how much chaos has gone done in Hawkins, it’s no surprise that the mayor seems to be unconcerned with his people.  Meanwhile, Busey will be playing a man named Bruce who is described as  . . .

a journalist for the The Hawkins Post, with questionable morals and a sick sense of humor.

Sounds like another perfect casting choice.  No word on when season three of “Stranger Things” will hit Netflix, but it’ll most likely be in October like previous seasons.  Question is, will it be this year or next?

Jake Busey


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