The Trailer For The Second Season Of Stranger Things Is Finally Here

Herbert Rhodes
July 24, 2017

The music, complete with chunks of Vincent Price's atmospheric narration, was ideal for a new look at the latest season, which finds Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) seeing apocalyptic visions and teasing the return of Millie Bobby Brown's Eleven.

There's a lot to digest in the trailer, with plenty of twists and turns promised as the show continues. Finding Nemo and Wall-E director Andrew Stanton helmed two episodes while Shawn Levy returned for another two (now up to four), leaving one to Rebecca Thomas (who like Andrew Stanton is new to the series).

Check out the full trailer for Stranger Things 2 below.

Is it October 27 yet? Who's ready to join the Stranger Things cast on a new adventure? Although it's been a few torturously long months without any information, the season two trailer that was unveiled at Comic-Con finally gives us an answer. Rather than the usual intense recap of Season 1, the panel kicked off with a kind of fantastic gag reel, as over intense music and scenes from the season we saw people flub lines, knock into doors, and one horse that just will not stop pooping.

Of her character's mysterious disappearance Millie Bobby told ET: "She's obviously back, ummm, that's really it!" That's when the sinister laugh from Michael Jackson's "Thriller" is overheard, and it plays at just the right moments.

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The trailer echoes this statement as it's clear that Will's presence is just as much a disruption to life in Hawkins as his disappearance was in Season 1.

Brown says Eleven is also lamenting her separation from Mike.

I've long held the belief that Michael Jackson's "Thriller" is the ideal pop song whether you're a horror fan or not, but I'd never considered its application to other media until now.

In a three-minute trailer posted online by Netflix, we get our first glimpse into the even stranger world of Will Byers and his friends. But, the real question is, where is she?

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