The next season for the hit Netflix show is set in Hawkins, Indiana back in 1984.
According to a series description, a "bigger, sinister entity still threatens those who survived" in the first season. This is the second teaser that Netflix has shared for the show's second season, as the first one aired during Super Bowl LI.
Stranger Things" iconic red lettering appears on screen reading "1984 only gets stranger" with the show's theme music playing in the background as the four boys cycle past a "Welcome to Hawkins' sign.
The new teaser that revealed the updated release date didn't reveal a whole lot of information we can glean from.
Stranger Things will have a big presence at San Diego Comic-Con next week with a panel happening in Hall H on on Saturday, July 22.
Don't miss the debut of Stranger Things' second season in its entirety when it drops Friday, October 27 on Netflix and remember you can catch up on Season 1 anytime you'd like via Netflix!
Are you ready to return to Hawkins, Indiana? Hopefully, with a poster release like this, a new trailer - maybe featuring Eleven - can't be far behind.
Those "forces of evil" may very well be a shadow monster, with Finn Wolfhard (Mike) telling TV Guide: "the shadow monster, the new one, the big one in the sky, that was insane for us". And in case you were wondering about Winona Ryder's single mother character-she may not be single for very long!
The acclaimed Netflix show debuted in July of past year, missing the eligibility cutoff dates for the 2016 Emmy Awards. There's also new characters to look forward to this season; The Goonies'Sean Astin plays Bob, who is dating Joyce.
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