The trailer for the second season is out on YouTube and guess what? It seems even better this time.
Previously, Stranger Things season one kicked off, with its debut being deemed as an incredible phenomenon. Ever since, it has become the most gripping premier on Netflix.
Stranger Things ended its first season the same way it started, with a lot of hints and twists. Much like the first Dungeons and Dragons battle between our heroes foreshadowed the Demogorgon, we’ve now got the eight-headed Thessalhydra, the Lost Knight, the Proud Princess and the Flowers in the Cave. What do they all mean, and what else can we expect from season two of this dynamic series? Surely Netflix will not disappoint us. A few more months, and we'll finally know what the series has in store.