The wait is nearly over as the Netflix sci-fi horror drama Stranger Things is returning in more than two weeks.
Now, the streaming service site has just recently rolled out a new promo for the newest season of Stranger Things and it seems like the video hints at the origins of Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and children subjected to government experiments just like her.
The new season premieres on Netflix on October 27, so we'll just have to wait until then to see if the last three episode titles are the original names, or something completely different.
It's time to put those Stranger Things thinking caps on!
The most intriguing aspect of Stranger Things Season 1 was Eleven, who quickly created a bond with Mike, his friends, and the audience as well.
Last year's episode lineup was significantly different: "Madmax", "The Boy Who Came Back To Life", "The Pumpkin Patch", "The Palace", "The Storm", "The Pollywog", "The Secret Cabin", "The Brain", and "The Lost Brother".
Netflix has released a flurry of horror movie homages over the few months while promoting Stranger Things Season 2, with the latest tribute referencing classic film franchise Friday the 13th in a short video teasing the final trailer's arrival on, well, Friday, Oct. 13.
"It's all connected to this singular threat, which is tied into this shape that Will sees in the sky".
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The upcoming second season is expected to take us roughly to the midway point of the entire Stranger Things experience, with the Duffer Brothers stating that they expect to do four seasons in all.