Universal Orlando Debuts ‘Stranger Things’ Maze Artwork for Halloween Horror Nights

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"Stranger Things" have taken over Universal Orlando.

The theme park released new artwork for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights maze.

“The artwork was designed exclusively by Kyle Lambert who has previously illustrated art for seasons one through three of the mega-hit Netflix original series,” Universal said in a press release.

The show’s return earlier this month was widely anticipated, particularly because previous seasons were estimated to have 8.8 million viewers per episode.

“(The artwork) depicts the ‘Stranger Things’ cast bravely facing a horrifying monster and ferocious Demodogs – a fate guests will soon experience themselves in the mazes at the nation’s premier Halloween events,” the theme park wrote.

Halloween Horror Nights begins Sept. 6 in Orlando. Tickets can be purchased here.

Universal Orlando is owned by NBCUniversal, the same company which owns and operates NBC 6/WTVJ.

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