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This ‘Stranger Things’ New Coke Ad Teases Steve & Dustin’s Growing Friendship
As part of its ongoing Netflix collaboration, Coca-Cola has just dropped a full-length New Coke commercial featuring Stranger Things characters Steve and Dustin. The ad is done in true ’80s style, in
Quench your Stranger Things thirst with this refreshing extended New Coke ad
For avid SYFY WIRE readers too young to have experienced the overly sugared sensation of New Coke when it debuted across America in 1985, you didn't miss much. But for the young Hawkins heroes of
The Toronto Raptors used a high-risk business strategy to make the NBA Finals
After years of playoff disappointment, the franchise blew up its core to pursue a superstar—and championship glory.
New Coke, Who Dis? No Justice, No Infrastructure 5.23.19
In episode 398, Jack and Miles are joined by singer-songwriter and host of the Peace Of Mind Podcast Bhi Bhiman to discuss the return of New Coke, Hope Hicks and more being subpoenaed, the release of
Drink like it’s 1985: Coca-Cola revives New Coke for Stranger Things 3
The Netflix series will make a number of references to the ill-fated beverage.
Stranger Things is literally bringing back New Coke for Season 3
Stranger Things is basically Nostalgia: The Show, so it makes sense that it would traffic in all things throwback. That’s why Netflix teaming up with Coke in order to bring back “New Coke” is no
New Coke introduced - April 23, 1985
On this day in 1985, Coca-Cola launched New Coke, the reformulated version of its flagship drink. Coke drinkers did not respond well to the new taste, to say the least.
Coca-Cola Just Did Something Huge That It Hasn't Done For 10 Years. It's Crazy (Or Maybe Brilliant)
Is this something that will alter Coke's fortunes? You decide.
Diet Coke Is Getting Two New Flavors for 2019
Diet Coke now comes in two new flavors: strawberry guava and blueberry acai.
Coca-Cola Just Made a Major Announcement That Will Change Your View of the Brand (for the Worse, Perhaps)
Now, why would Coke do this?