We got our last good look at the season back in July at San Diego Comic-Con, and we know that we can expect more nostalgia and bigger monsters in the upcoming season.
Also still in the picture: remnants of the Upside Down, the nightmare world that sucked Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) into its vortex at the very start of the series.
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. The trailer begins with the fan favourite Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and we're certain she'll charm the audience this season as well. Of course we're all going to watch the new Stranger Things trailer, because it's wonderful and we're all powerless to resist the veritable gravitational pull of the Upside Down.
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Season two picks up one year after the events of season one, 1984 in Hawkins, Indiana. What do you think of the final trailer? But the biggest reveal is about the enormous monster that's been haunting Will since he was rescued from the Upside Down. New cast members include Sean Astin, Paul Reiser and Sadie Sink.
Now that we've seen the teaser, the wait is going to be even more arduous.
The too long wait for the second season of Stranger Things is nearly over.