Netflix will be fulfilling our wishes by releasing "Stranger Things 2" on the 27th of October this year, contrary to their Super Bowl trailer from February which claimed the show would return on Halloween. The eerie storm also made an appearance in the Super Bowl trailer, which unveiled a brief glimpse of a huge otherworldly monster that looks like it could put the Demogorgon to shame.
According to a series description, a "bigger, sinister entity still threatens those who survived" in the first season. Hopefully, with a poster release like this, a new trailer - maybe featuring Eleven - can't be far behind.
In addition to locking down the premiere date, the television giant has also provided a poster for the upcoming installment, as well as an eerie new teaser. The online streaming service has confirmed the Stranger Things 2 release date today.
While showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer aren't giving too much away, there's still an very bad lot to look forward to when Stranger Things 2 arrives on Netflix - not least the chance to reminisce over all that was great about the eighties.
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Netflix's smash hit Stranger Things became an instant pop culture phenomenon after its debut last July.
The arrival of the popular drama's second season is created to coincide with the new episodes, which are set around Halloween in 1984.
Season two of "Stranger Things" will premiere October 27. We know they're still in Hawkins.
Hopefully, the fact that it's coming from the clouds in the poster is just a metaphor for the bigger and more public spectacle that the Upside Down is about to make in Hawkins.