Stranger Things Season 2: New Release Date, Cast, Trailers, Artwork & Plot hints (Report)



It’s official. Stranger Things, the Netflix hit of 2016, has got the green light for a second season. The announcement was made via YouTube on Wednesday August 31, 2016.

Season one was of course, amazing, but over way too soon, so this is pretty great news. With the frenzy around Season One making Stranger Things more popular than Making a Murderer, this looks set to be one of the most hyped shows of 2017. Here’s everything we know so far.

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Check out the new and final trailer

Here it is – the trailer you’ve all been waiting for – fittingly delivered on Friday The 13th. Let’s go back to the upside down.

What is Stranger Things Season 2 release date?

The show was initially slated for an October 31 release, but now NME can exclusively reveal that the show will be on Netflix on October 27.

How do I watch Stranger Things Season 2?

The show will be uploaded to Netflix on the above date. But if you wanna know exactly how you need to watch it – The Duffer Brothers told Vulture that you adjust your TV set slightly. “The key thing is to turn off anything that says ‘motion,” Matt told Vulture. “’TruMotion.’ ‘Smooth motion.’”

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NME Exclusive! First look at the Stranger Things 2 poster

Yes, here’s our exclusive first peek of the new poster.

What does it tell us? Well the poster appears to indicate that the currently unnamed monster is as gigantic and terrifying as first-feared. In Season One, the Demogorgon terrorised Hawkins – but on a smaller scale, attacking individuals. This one appears to be attacking the town as a whole, and things could get ugly…

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On the 26th August, more posters from Stranger Things Season 2 were released. These focus on the main cast members, and are accompanied by cryptic messages on the Stranger Things Twitter page.