The nostalgic Netflix series Stranger Things developed a massive cult following after just eight episodes. The first season was released at the perfect time as it inspired many to replicate Eleven, Joyce or even the creepy monster for Halloween.
But it’s been more than a year since we’ve seen the gang and fans are starting to get edgy. As the new season gets tantalisingly closer, Netflix has finally gifted us with another trailer to get us even more excited for the next instalment.
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While the monster in the first season was enough to give people nightmares, the trailers for this one show it’s going to be much more difficult to conquer. They’ve also showed that Will is still deeply messed up from his time in the Upside Down (and why wouldn’t you be) and keeps having flashbacks.
Another thing that fans look in to is the episode titles to see whether they give anything away. The latest season of Game of Thrones saw mountains of articles from people trying to interpret what a few words could really mean.
The episode titles for Stranger Things season two are as follows:
- Episode 1: Madmax
- Episode 2: Trick or Treat, Freak
- Episode 3: The Pollwog
- Episode 4: Will the Wise
- Episode 5: Dig Dug
- Episode 6: The Spy
- Episode 7: Chapter 7
- Episode 8: Chapter 8
- Episode 9: Chapter 9
David Harbour, who plays local police officer Jim Hopper, gave TV Guide an insight into what can be expected from his character. He said: “Hopper’s daughter will be the primary focus of Season Two, but not in the way that you think it will be.
“Hopper’s understanding of that relationship and Hopper’s understanding of being a father and of being a man grows deeper and deeper in Season Two, and we get a lot of time to explore what that is, but it won’t be in the literal way that you think it is. I don’t want to tell you any more than that because it’s good stuff.”
The Stranger Things Twitter account has also teased a video, which might explore the origins of Eleven more.
The scriptwriters delved into her family as well as some of the experiments that scientists did on her to become superhuman, but it looks like this footage will show Eleven in a new light.
That video focused a lot on the number 450, which also features on the Twitter account bio – so keep your eyes peeled for references to that throughout the season. Despite Eleven being seemingly obliterated in the first season, the first trailer did show her in the Upside Down, before crawling through a gooey hole to climb back into our dimension, while this latest one has her well and truly back in Hawkins, but with more hair this time.
Fans will no doubt be pouring over every detail in this latest trailer, but all will be revealed on October 27, just in time for people to get a new Halloween outfit idea.
Sources: TV Guide
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