Stranger Things season 2 trailer is a fantastic Friday the 13th treat

Posted October 15, 2017

On Friday the 13th, Netflix appropriately released the new and final trailer for the second season of all things odd - Stranger Things. Follow along for all of the news, trailers, and commentary as we return to Hawkins and The Upside Down for more nostalgia and scares this Halloween. The second season of the nostalgia-fueled pop-culture phenomenon is set to hit Netflix is less than two weeks, and the hype is already at fever pitch.

The trailer opens with her in the woods, taking one of the food supplies that we saw Hopper leave her at the end of the first season.

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It's 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana are still reeling from the horrors of the demagorgon and the secrets of Hawkins Lab. 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. "This thing, you said it was all in his head!"

In the Season 2 trailer, Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is back, with a mop of curly hair in place of her close buzz cut from Season 1.

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While Eleven was the last season's great hope for defeating the Demogorgon, it seems everything's resting on Will this season (with the help of his teen pals, who are shown traipsing right into the Upside Down).

The nostalgic Netflix series Stranger Things developed a massive cult following after just eight episodes.

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