All nine episodes will be available on Netflix from Friday 27 October.
In essence: Stranger Things arrives in two weeks, and given how much is glimpsed in the new trailer, it might be worth holding out for 14 days in order to press on without too much knowledge of the future.
Stephen King and Steven Spielberg fans will have another reason to visit the "upside down", as Netflix reveals the episode titles for the first six episode of "Stranger Things" season 2.
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"You should go now". At the end of the first season, Eleven disappeared after defeating the Demogorgon and helping to save Will Byers, but with the Upside Down set to encroach on reality once more, she is expected to return to fight alongside her friends against other monsters from this dark dimension. The series seemingly came out of nowhere and created one of the biggest crazes in Netflix original series history, and now season 2 is hoping to recapture that magic.
There's an H.P. Lovecraft sort of approach, this inter-dimensional being that is sort of beyond human comprehension.
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Stranger Things 2 stars Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, and Noah Schnapp.
The second season of Stranger Things is drawing closer to its release, and Netflix has been busy working on the marketing campaign for The Duffer brothers' popular science fiction fantasy horror series.
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