Netflix Reveals New 'Stranger Things' Season Two Trailer

Lena Tucker
July 24, 2017

It seems that although Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) does indeed survive the fight that obliterated the monster from the Upside Down, she's been trapped there herself for quite some time. Though there aren't many details about the upcoming storylines, it's clear fans can expect a lot of action, more incredibly imagery, and, of course, a lot of blood.

However, things soon take a turn for the worse as Will returns to the terrifying world of the Upside Down.

The new trailer comes a little more than a week after Stranger Things scored 18 Emmy nominations, including one for outstanding drama series.

Stranger Things 2 premieres on Netflix on October 27, 2017. As revealed by Deadline, the footage shown from season 2 of Stranger Things unveiled a better idea of what is to come later this fall and it is absolutely thrilling.

As one of the pop culture sensations of a year ago, Stranger Things was destined to make a splash at Comic-Con.

The cast and creators of Stranger Things are coming to San Diego Comic-Con 2017. The other character that was also killed in the previous season was Barb. The new trailer reintroduces us to the bunch of children who faced the supernatural threats to their town, Hawkins in the U.S. state of in and lived to tell the tale. She asked if the character is going to be back in the upcoming season. Mike, Will, Lucas, and Dustin have resumed their life of movies and video games.

During the trailer Michael Jackson's Thriller kicks in with Vincent Price's creepy voiceover and it fits perfectly. Along the way, they lose one of their own (#RIPBarb), before finally bringing things back to normal.

And then, for the grand finale, we got an asskicker of a trailer out of nowhere. "They'll explain in season 2 how [Will coughing up a slug in the season 1 finale] affected him personally and mentally, and they'll get more into everyone's story lines".

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