Stranger Things season 2 gets a teaser ahead of tomorrow's final trailer

Stranger Things season 2 gets a teaser ahead of tomorrow's final trailer

Debuting on Netflix on October 27, the second season of Stranger Things is a production of 21 Laps Entertainment created by Matt and Ross Duffer.

Interestingly, it looks like the Duffer Brothers have changed all but one episode title ("The Pollywog") since past year.

The titles for the final three episodes have been kept under wrap for now.

As reported by our sister site Netflix Life, the last Stranger Things 2 trailer is set to drop, putting everyone into a frenzy for the Netflix series once again. It's also quite possible that Stranger Things 2 might break Netflix viewership records, as mysterious as they are, when it releases on October 27.

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Digital Spy, on the other hand, posited that this new monster, regardless of its name, is going to be a lot more horrific and terrifying than the Demogorgon.

The new footage also showed Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) seeing visions from the Upside Down as the rift seems to be widening and new dangers present themselves. Each episode is building on the last one. The hit Netflix series just revealed the episode titles for season 2 and they're bound to make you even more excited for new episodes.

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.

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.

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