'Stranger Things' Season 2 Trailer is all things unusual

'Stranger Things' Season 2 Trailer is all things unusual

Darren Sullivan
October 15, 2017

In the latest trailer for the new season, which came out this Friday the 13th, fans finally get to see some of the moments we've been waiting for.

Season two picks up one year after the events of season one, 1984 in Hawkins, Indiana. But the biggest reveal is about the enormous monster that's been haunting Will since he was rescued from the Upside Down.

Season one of Stranger Things became an instant phenomenon, and won five Primetime Emmys last month. Stranger Things has also received a mobile game, promotional videos, as well as posters designed after other classic films that inspired the show.

All nine episodes of Stranger Things arrive on Netflix on 27 October 2017.

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The final trailer of the second season is out and it surely maintains the tone that was extremely loved in the first season.

The new trailer... well, it looks like more Stranger Things, with beleaguered adults and fearless kids teaming up against some kind of cosmic evil. Between the big entity that is deploying in the heavens, between Lovecraft and delirium Spielberguien, the airs of a young Ripley of Eleven, the sequences in night illuminated with taste and quantity of passages have been spectacular, we do not know just where to head.

The trailer included below, fills at least some of the gaps the first season cliffhanger left us with.