Stranger Things' World Gets Turned Upside Down In Final Trailer For Season 2

Stranger Things is about to go up to Eleven.

Stranger Things Eleven

Stranger Things Season 2 is almost upon us, and now Netflix have dropped the final trailer ahead of its pre-Halloween release.

We've already had a couple of trailers for the new season, but this one gives us our best look yet at what we can expect from the show when it returns on October 27. The others have been mood-setters and hype-builders, and this one does both of those things, but it also displays how much bigger the scope is and how much higher the stakes are one year on.

It all looks (and sounds) pretty epic. There's still the same 80s nostalgia and cute, funny kids everyone loved from the first, but you do get the clear sense of things being ramped up. We meet new characters, including Sean Astin's Bob; Nancy wields a gun; Eleven has hair. A lot of it, in fact.

Without giving too much of the plot away, the trailer teases some bigger mysteries with Detective Jim Hopper and Eleven - who makes her proper return here - but the real focus is on Will Byers.

He was the centre of Season 1 without actually appearing much, and it appears he's going to have an even more prominent role this time around. He's the one seeing the Lovecraftian nightmare coming for Hawkins, and ostensibly the key to stopping it as well.

It all looks very exciting and, thankfully, we don't have to wait too much longer to see it.

What do you think of the new trailer? Let us know down in the comments.

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