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Stranger Things 2, the second season of the Netflix original Stranger Things, was released on October 27, 2017. It is now streaming on Netflix.

Stranger Things 2 was confirmed by Netflix on August 31, 2016 for a 2017 release. An announcement trailer revealed that the second season consisted of nine episodes as well as showing the working title for each episode.[1] Filming of the season started in Atlanta, Georgia on November 7, 2016.[2]

Set in Hawkins in the fall of 1984, the story continues as supernatural forces once again begin to affect the town.[3] While the season services the first season's core cast and characters first and foremost,[4] several new characters are introduced: tomboy Max and her older step-brother Billy, a woman named Kali connected to Hawkins Lab, RadioShack manager Bob Newby, Department of Energy agent Dr. Owens and disgraced journalist-turned-conspiracy theorist Murray Bauman.[3][5][6]

Synopsis

It's 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana are still reeling from the horrors of the Demogorgon and the secrets of Hawkins Lab. Will Byers has been rescued from the Upside Down but a bigger, sinister entity still threatens those who survived.

Plot Summary

In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a group of criminals killed a man. They flee in a van but are pursued by police. They escape from police when the group goes under a tunnel, where rocks fall and block the opening. However, it is revealed that the rocks were only a vision in the mind of the lead policeman. Back in the van, it is revealed that a woman named Kali, a member of the gang, has caused the vision. She is bleeding from her left nostril and we see a tattoo marked "008" on her wrist.

Back in Hawkins, the boys go to the Palace arcade, where they find that someone with the name "MADMAX" has beaten Dustin's high score in "Dig Dug" by over 100,000 points. At the arcade, Will experiences an "episode", where he finds himself in the Upside Down version of the arcade. In the episode, he sees a large "shadow monster". The next day at school, they meet a new student from California named Max, who immediately captures the affection of Lucas and Dustin. Dustin believes she is "MADMAX" but Lucas is skeptical. At Hawkins High, Max's stepbrother Billy arrives, and begins to compete with Steve for the title of "King". Will, who has been experiencing the episodes frequently, is taken by Joyce and Hopper to Hawkins Lab, where he is seen by Dr. Owens, the new head scientist. Meanwhile, Joyce has begun seeing Bob Newby, a classmate from high school and the manager of the local RadioShack. Nancy and Steve have been having regular dinners with the Holland family following Barb's death. Nancy, who is still grieving Barb's death, learns that the Hollands (who are unaware Barb is dead) are selling their house to afford to pay an investigative journalist named Murray Bauman to find Barb; Nancy feels responsible and guilty. Later, Hopper goes to a cabin in the woods, where it is revealed he lives there with Eleven, who is alive.

Flashbacks show that after killing the Demogorgon, Eleven turned up in the Upside Down. She escapes through a portal and goes to the Wheelers' house, but flees into the woods after seeing government agents at the house. More flashbacks show that Hopper finds her and sets up his grandfather's hunting cabin as a place for them to live. Back in the present, Eleven wants to go trick-or-treating, but is told "no" by Hopper as it is too dangerous. Hopper is called in to a pumpkin patch after reports of rotting pumpkins. Nancy wants to tell the Hollands the truth, but is persuaded out of it by Steve. They attend a Halloween party, where Nancy gets drunk and berates Steve, putting the blame for Barb's death on them and saying she doesn't love him. Steve leaves, upset, and Jonathan finds Nancy and takes her home. The boys go trick-or-treating and are joined by Max, who was invited by Dustin and Lucas. Will has brought Bob's video camera to record the experience. Will has another episode and tells Mike about the vision. Mike admits to Will that he has been unsuccessfully trying to communicate with Eleven. Eleven tries to contact Mike, but is unsuccessful. Dustin returns home after trick-or-treating to find a small, strange, slug-like creature in his trash can, which he determines is a pollywog.  

Bob encourages Will to stand up to his fears. Nancy is able to persuade Jonathan to help her tell Barb's parents the truth. Hopper asks Owens to investigate the pumpkins. Dustin brings the pollywog to school, which he has now named D'Artagnan from The Three Musketeers novel. Will describes his episodes, and the boys conclude Dart is from the Upside Down. Dart escapes from the AV room, and the boys and Max scramble to find Dart. Mike, in the gym, gets into an argument with Max, as Mike is angry at Max because Lucas and Dustin want to bring her into the party. Eleven leaves the cabin to look for Mike, and interprets Mike's argument as flirting. She uses her powers to knock Max over and leaves. At the Byers house, Joyce discovers an image of Will's vision, including a vague outline of the shadow monster, on the video Will recorded while trick or treating. After seeing the tracing of the outline matches with a picture Will drew, Joyce goes to the middle school. Will finds Dart, but this triggers another episode, where he comes face to face with the shadow monster. Will follows Bob's advice and confronts the monster, but the monster forces a tentacle down Will's throat. 

Will awakens from the episode to the concern of Joyce and his friends. Joyce takes Will home, but he begins acting strangely, and begins drawing scribbles on multiple pages. Joyce calls in Hopper, and they find the scribbles line up, which form a network of vines. Hopper recognizes an area and leaves. Nancy and Jonathan arrange a meeting with Barb's mother, but are caught by undercover lab agents. They are taken to the lab, where Owens shows the two the Gate to the Upside Down and admits Barb's death. He tells them they have been tapping phones (how they discovered Nancy's meeting with Barb's mom) to keep other governments from learning about the portal. When they are released, Nancy reveals she recorded the confession. Lucas tries to get closer to Max, but Billy warns her to stay away from him. At Dustin's house, he finds Dart has broken from his cage and ate his pet cat; Dustin then finds that Dart is a baby Demogorgon. At the cabin, Eleven has an argument with Hopper, and later finds his research into her biological mother, Terry Ives, and attempts to contact her with her powers.  

Hopper goes to the pumpkin patch, where he digs a hole, which leads to a tunnel in the Upside Down. He becomes trapped and passes out. Will sees a vision of Hopper's state, but Joyce cannot figure out the meaning of the vision. She enlists Bob for help, as his nickname in high school was "Bob the Brain". Bob is able to identify the tunnels as a map underneath Hawkins, and is able to roughly locate where Hopper was trapped. Nancy and Jonathan go to Murray Bauman with the tape. Murray knows the public won't accept the story as-is (with monsters), but suggests watering down the story. Murray and Nancy decide to change the story to say that Barb died from toxins from the lab. Murray sends the tape to the Chicago Sun-Times (where he was previously employed). Lucas tells the events of last year to Max in an attempt to gain her respect, but she doesn't believe him. Dustin lures Dart to his storm cellar and traps him. He goes to the Wheelers' house to find any of the boys, even asking for Nancy, but none of them are there. On his way out, he runs into Steve, who is coming to apologize to Nancy. Dustin enlists Steve for help, and tells him to get the bat of nails from last season. They attempt to kill Dart, but instead find his shed skin and a tunnel dug. Eleven goes to Terry's house, where she is able to communicate with her powers. She gains Terry's memories of Eleven being taken at birth and Terry's attempts to rescue her before she was subjected to shock therapy. Eleven finds there was another girl at the lab like her. Joyce, Bob, Will, and Mike are able to rescue Hopper, but lab personnel arrive and blaze the tunnels with flamethrowers. When the fire is set, Will collapses in agony.  

Will is rushed to the lab where he displays memory loss, unable to remember Bob or Hopper. Owens speculates that the shadow monster is like a virus that has infected Will and that any damage to the tunnels might be lethal to him. Nancy and Jonathan spend the night at Murray's, where he prods them about their relationship. The two later have a romantic encounter. Dustin and Steve decide to lure Dart to the junkyard, and Dustin calls Lucas for help. Lucas brings Max, and the four ready the junkyard to trap Dart. Max opens up to Lucas and explains Billy's attitude is due to his father marrying Max's mother. Dart appears at the junkyard with creatures identical to him, and the group learns that there are packs of them. The group hide in the bus, and Steve later attacks them with the bat, but the creatures all run away suddenly; Steve speculates they are going somewhere. At the lab, Will views pictures of the map taken by lab agents, and points out a location that the shadow monster wants to avoid. Owens sends in a team to investigate, but the pack attacks the team and enters the lab. They realize that the monster has been manipulating Will.  

Meanwhile, Eleven goes to Chicago in search of the girl in Terry's memories, who is revealed to be the psychic girl from the events in Pittsburgh, a woman named Kali. The two connect, where Kali shows Eleven her powers. She explains to Eleven that her gang is attempting to kill the lab scientists who worked under Brenner for what they did to her, and introduces Eleven to the group. Kali tells Eleven to channel her anger, which strengthens her powers. The group goes to the home of a lab worker who performed shock therapy on Terry, who claims Brenner is alive. Eleven decides not to kill him after learning he has kids, and the gang is forced to flee. Eleven has a vision of Mike and Hopper at the lab and leaves to return to Hawkins. 

Back at the lab, the pack of Demodogs overwhelm the lab, killing many of the workers. Outside the gates, Nancy and Jonathan have arrived at the lab, and encounter Steve, Dustin, Lucas, and Max, who have followed the screams of the pack to the lab. Mike is able to convince Joyce to sedate Will. Mike, Will, Hopper, Joyce, Bob, and Owens flee into the security room, where they are trapped. The power goes out, and Bob, knowing how to reset the power, volunteers to do so. Bob successfully activates the power, and Owens stays behind in the room to guide out the group. Mike, Will, Hopper, and Joyce are able to escape to the lobby. Bob makes it to the lobby, but is caught and killed by the pack. The remaining four regroup with the others outside the gate and go to the Byers' house. The group deduces that the shadow monster is a hive mind controlling Will and the pack, and if they kill it, its influence on those they control will end. Mike, who previously deduced that the shadow monster is using Will like a spy, tells the group, who decide to remodel the tool shed so Will doesn't know where he is so the shadow monster cannot spy. Will awakens, where Joyce, Jonathan, and Mike share their fondest memories of Will in an attempt to get him to snap out of it. Will doesn't respond vocally, but taps out a message in morse code, which reads "CLOSEGATE". However, the house phone rings, leading to the monster to identify their location. As the pack moves in, the group barricades themselves in the Byers' house, armed, but the pack is dispatched by Eleven, who has returned to Hawkins. 

The group briefly reunites with Eleven. Joyce remembers something Will said about the monster in the lab, "he likes it cold", and decides to burn the monster out. Hopper and Eleven go to the lab to close the Gate, while Joyce, Jonathan, and Nancy take Will to Hopper's cabin. The group turns on the fire and heaters, and are finally able to purge the virus from Will after Nancy prods him with a hot iron. Back at Billy's house, his abusive father reprimands him for losing track of Max, and sends him to find her. His search takes him to the Wheeler's house, where Mrs. Wheeler gives him Joyce's address. He goes there, where after a tense confrontation with Steve, goes inside. After seeing Max with Lucas still, Billy grabs Lucas, but Steve attacks Billy and they have a fist fight. Billy knocks Steve unconscious, but continues to punch him. Max grabs the syringe Mike brought from the hospital, and injects Billy with it, and threatens him into obedience with the nail bat. Max steals Billy's keys. Steve awakens in Billy's car, where Max drives the group to the tunnels. Steve and the kids enter, where they cover the heart of the tunnels in gas and ignite it. They go to leave, but are encountered by Dart, however Dustin is able to calm him down and the group escapes. Eleven is able to channel her anger, and closes the Gate.

A month later, the lab has been shut down by the government following the publication of Nancy's tape. The Hollands hold a proper funeral for Barb. Owens meets with Hopper in a bar, where he gives Hopper a forged birth certificate listing him as the father of "Jane Hopper" (Eleven). Steve drives Dustin to the Snow Ball, the annual Hawkins Middle winter dance, where he meets with the party. A slow dance starts, and Will is asked to dance. Lucas asks Max to dance. Dustin asks multiple girls to dance, but is rejected. Nancy, who is serving punch at the dance, sees Dustin alone and crying, and dances with him. Outside, Joyce talks with Hopper. Eleven shows up, where she dances with Mike. Lucas and Max kiss, and Eleven and Mike kiss right after. The students enjoy themselves at the dance, unaware that the shadow monster is still alive, towering over the school.

Cast and characters

Main cast

Recurring Cast

Episodes

# Image Title Director Writers
9
Chapter One - MADMAX
"MADMAX" The Duffer Brothers The Duffer Brothers
As the town preps for Halloween, a high-scoring rival shakes things up in the arcade, and a skeptical Hopper inspects a field of rotting pumpkins.
10
Chapter Two - Trick or Treat, Freak
"Trick or Treat, Freak" The Duffer Brothers The Duffer Brothers
After Will sees something terrible on trick-or-treat night, Mike wonders if Eleven is still out there. Nancy wrestles with the truth about Barb.
11
Chapter Three - The Pollywog
"The Pollywog" Shawn Levy Justin Doble
Dustin adopts a strange new pet, and Eleven grows increasingly impatient. A well-meaning Bob urges Will to stand up to his fears.
12
Chapter Four - Will the Wise
"Will the Wise" Shawn Levy Paul Dichter
An ailing Will opens up to Joyce -- with disturbing results. While Hopper digs for the truth, Eleven unearths a surprising discovery.
13
Chapter Five -Dig Dug
"Dig Dug" Andrew Stanton Jessie Nickson-Lopez
Nancy and Jonathan swap conspiracy theories with a new ally as Eleven searches for someone from her past. "Bob the Brain" tackles a difficult problem.
14
Chapter Six - The Spy
"The Spy" Andrew Stanton Kate Trefry
Will's connection to a shadowy evil grows stronger, but no one's quite sure how to stop it. Elsewhere, Dustin and Steve forge an unlikely bond.
15
Chapter Seven - The Lost Sister
"The Lost Sister" Rebecca Thomas Justin Doble
Psychic visions draw Eleven to a band of violent outcasts and an angry girl with a shadowy past.
16
Chapter Eight - The Mind Flayer
"The Mind Flayer" The Duffer Brothers The Duffer Brothers
An unlikely hero steps forward when a deadly development puts the Hawkins Lab on lockdown, trapping Will and several others inside.
17
Chapter Nine - The Gate
"The Gate" The Duffer Brothers The Duffer Brothers
Eleven makes plans to finish what she started while the survivors turn up the heat on the monstrous force that's holding Will hostage.

Influences

Seeing season two as a blockbuster movie sequel, the Duffer Brothers stated that "the [sequels] we look up to aspire to pivot and do something different," naming Spielberg's Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and James Cameron's Aliens and Terminator 2 as examples. Matt Duffer said "I think we kinda looked to [James Cameron] and what he does and tried to capture a little bit of the magic of his work."[7] Shawn Levy said they also noted Empire Strikes Back as a sequel that worked.[4]

Development

Season two was green-lit by Netflix before the first season premiered on July 15, 2016. Ross and Matt Duffer spent the summer writing in a rental in Lake Hollywood, which they set up as a writers room.[8] The second season was announced to the public at the end of August. The producers had already mapped it out and gotten a broad understanding of what it would look like, while the actual writing was still "very much in process."[4] The Duffers said they were "nearly ready" to wrap up writing and move on to casting and pre-production at the end of September.[8]

The actors had received the first couple of scripts by early October.[9]

Crew

The writers from season one, including Justin Doble and Jessie Nickson, have been kept on board, while writers' assistant Paul Dichter was promoted to staff writer.[4]

Just like for the previous season, the Duffer Brothers directed the first two episodes while Shawn Levy directed the third and fourth. Levy prepared around Thanksgiving and filmed his episodes through December and January.[10] Andrew Stanton, most well known as a director and screenwriter for Pixar Animation Studios, directed the fifth and sixth episodes.[11] On March 22, Stanton announced he had finished directing his episodes.[12]

Casting

Executive producer Shawn Levy said they will service the core group first and foremost, while also adding a handful of new characters.[4]

During a panel at New York Comic Con, David Harbour and Millie Bobby Brown heavily implied that Eleven would return.[13] After rumors that Eleven's return was confirmed had circled on the internet for over a week, it was officially confirmed on November 4 when a photo of a table read, where Brown was present, was posted on the official Facebook and Twitter accounts.[14]

When asked if fan-favorite Barb would return for the second season, the Duffer Brothers stated that they "can't see it happening," but promised there would be justice for her character. They also suggested that Dr. Brenner, whose fate was left open-ended in season one, would be seen again.[15]

Dacre and Sadie

New cast members Dacre Montgomery (Billy) and Sadie Sink (Max).

The Duffer Brothers revealed in an interview that four new characters will be introduced.[15] They later added that the characters are Billy, Max and two new adults: one is involved in Joyce's life, whereas the other is involved in the labs.[16]

In a casting breakdown obtained by the Hollywood Reporter, two regular characters and one potential regular character was revealed with a name and description: Max, a tough and confident 13-year-old tomboy with a tough past; Roman, male or female aged 30-38, an outsider with a troubled childhood; and Billy, Max's super muscular, overconfident step-brother, who has a violent and unpredictable nature.[3] Matt Duffer said they did a "wide, wide search for one new kid that we're adding. She's a cool new character," most likely alluding to the character Max.[8]

On October 14, 2016 it was announced that Sadie Sink had landed the role of Max and Dacre Montgomery had been cast as her step-brother Billy. Additionally, Noah Schnapp and Joe Keery were promoted from recurring to regular cast members.[17][18]

Linnea, Sean and Paul

Linnea Berthelsen, Sean Astin and Paul Reiser.

Three new additions to the cast were announced on November 7, 2016. Danish actress Linnea Berthelsen was cast in the role of Roman, who was revealed to be the adult character "mysteriously connected to the supernatural events at the lab." Sean Astin was cast as Bob Newby, a nerd who formerly went to high school with Joyce and Hopper and now manages the local RadioShack. Paul Reiser was cast as Dr. Owens, "a high-ranking member within the Department of Energy on a ‘clean-up’ assignment, tasked with containing the events of last year.”[5]

On November 18, 2016 The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Brett Gelman had joined the cast as Murray Bauman, "a disgraced journalist-turned-conspiracy theorist who is investigating a cold case in Hawkins."[6]

Casting TaylorMade, the company that handled extras casting for season one, were brought on for season two. They posted a casting call looking for males and females ages 17 and older with 1980s hair styles, as well as vehicles from the period, with filming "beginning this November."[19]

On May 3, 2017, TV Line reported that actor-singer Will Chase had been cast as Neil Mayfield, who was described as "the father of a family of recent transplants to Hawkins, Indiana from California."[20]

Production

Stranger Things Season 2 – Table Read

Cast members at a table read for Stranger Things Season Two.

On October 31, David Harbour posted a picture of himself in his Chief Hopper costume with the caption "Hopper's back," confirming that he was back on production.[21]

In the first week of November 2016, table reads for a "bunch of episodes" started.[22] The season was officially confirmed to be in production on November 4, 2016 in a social media post by Stranger Things. It was accompanied by a photo of some of the cast members at a table read.[14]

At the beginning of May 2017, Finn Wolfhard told Emmy Magazine that the second season would be much darker and more horror-oriented than the first.[23]

Filming

Filming of the season started on November 7, 2016.[10]

An extras casting call revealed that filming was planned for November 11, 15, 16 and 18 for scenes at the Middle School and November 14, 15 and 16 and December 8 at the High School.[24]

November 14, 2016 – Season Two Boys on Set

November 14: Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, Caleb McLaughlin and Gaten Matarazzo on set in Atlanta.

On November 14, 2016 photos of the cast on set in Atlanta were published. Seen in the photos were the main cast of kids and teens from the previous season, minus Millie Bobby Brown and Natalia Dyer, though who appeared to be a body double for Nancy was present. Chelsea Talmadge, who portrays the recurring character Carol, was also present. None of the new cast members were spotted, but the names Max and Billy were seen on the cast trailers, implying that newcomers Sadie Sink and Dacre Montgomery were present that day.[25]

By early April, the final two episodes had commenced filming, shooting scenes in woodland seen previously in Season 1.[26] On June 3, filming for the season officially wrapped.[27]

Music

Main article: Music

Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein returned to compose a new score for season two. They were working on it by early 2017. In an interview, Dixon stated that "There are new characters, fun, and the Upside Down will be more of a place—you'll spend more time," and said "we'll make a lot more weird music this time around."[28]

Dixon and Stein introduced new styles of composition for Season 2 and created new elements that were "necessary to support the story." Still, they stated that they "want to remain true to the sound of Season 1" and revisited old themes "when appropriate."[29]

Two weeks prior to the premiere of Season 2, the release of the soundtrack album was announced along with the track list and the song "Walkin' in Hawkins". It was digitally released on October 20.[29]

Marketing

Announcement Trailer

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The characters' new looks in Stranger Things 2 on the cover of EW Magazine

The season was announced in a trailer published across social media on August 31, 2016, listing the titles of the episodes. Netflix was initially going to use a trailer with content from the first season and had the idea to announce the season using the title sequence, but the idea to include the chapter titles came from the Duffer Brothers. Matt Duffer said they had titles they didn't want to add to the trailer because they were too revealing, and some of the announced titles are still subject to change.[4][8]

Superbowl Spot

At the 2017 Superbowl, a 30-second ad premiered, revealing footage from the first four to five episodes. The footage included the Season 1 characters Eleven, Hopper, Dustin, Lucas, Mike, Will and Joyce, and teased a new supernatural threat to Hawkins.

The ad also announced that the season would be released on Halloween (October 31). However, the release date was later changed to October 27.

San Diego Comic-Con

Netflix scheduled a Stranger Things panel for the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con with the show's cast and creators. The panel revealed the season's first full-length trailer featuring never before seen footage.

Retro posters

As part of the online marketing campaign for Season 2, the show's social media accounts released a variety of posters featuring Season 1 characters and elements. These posters served as homages to 1980's cinema, the principal influence on the show.

Stranger Things: The Game

In the weeks leading up to Season 2's release, a Stranger Things mobile game was released. The game contains exclusive footage from Season 2, and will update on the day of the season's release.

Trailers

References

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  2. "‘Stranger Things’ Season 2: Shawn Levy Confirms He’s Directing Again; Teases Season 3" Collider. November 8, 2016.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "'Stranger Things': Meet the 3 New Characters Joining Season 2" The Hollywood Reporter. September 1, 2016
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 "'Stranger Things' Producer on New Characters and Casting "Famous People" for Season 2" The Hollywood Reporter. August 31, 2016.
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Stranger Things 2 exclusive: The Goonies, Aliens stars join Netflix series" Entertainment Weekly. November 7, 2016.
  6. 6.0 6.1 "'Stranger Things' Enlists Brett Gelman for Season 2 (Exclusive)" The Hollywood Reporter. November 18, 2016.
  7. "Stranger Things exclusive: Duffer Brothers reveal season 2 details" Entertainment Weekly. August 31, 2016.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 "The Duffer Brothers Are Reading Your 'Stranger Things' Reddit Theories" The Hollywood Reporter. October 12, 2016.
  9. "'Stranger Things' Cast Reveals Season Two Secrets at New York Comic Con!" Just Jared. October 7, 2016.
  10. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named :11
  11. "Finding Dory director to helm 2 episodes of Stranger Things 2" Entertainment Weekly. February 10, 2017.
  12. "Andrew's Twitter Status"
  13. "David Harbour and Millie Bobby Brown coyly tease Stranger Things season 2" A.V. Club. October 7, 2016.
  14. 14.0 14.1 "Back in production. See you next year." Stranger Things on Facebook. November 4, 2016.
  15. 15.0 15.1 "Find Out the Fate of Two Stranger Things Characters" IGN. August 19, 2016.
  16. "The Duffer Brothers on 'Stranger Things Season 2' – BTS Interview | THR Photoshoot" The Hollywood Reporter. YouTube. October 12, 2016.
  17. http://mashable.com/2017/05/09/stranger-things-season-2-will-byers-new-characters/#duGfF5bqPaqE Mashable, 9th May 2017
  18. "'Stranger Things' producer says Will Byers is 'at the center of Season 2 ' after his trip to the Upside Down" Mashable. May 9th, 2017
  19. "'Stranger Things' Season 2 Atlanta Open Casting Call" Project Casting. October 11, 2016.
  20. "Stranger Things Season 2: Nashville Vet Will Chase Joins Cast as [Spoiler]"TV Line. May 3, 2017.
  21. "Hopper's back" Instagram: @dkharbour (David Harbour). October 31, 2016.
  22. "The Producer Of Stranger Things Talks Impossible Season Two Expectations" Gizmodo Australia. November 3, 2016.
  23. "Stranger Things Season 2 Will Have More Horror In It" io9. May 1st, 2017
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  25. "Where's Eleven? Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo and Finn Wolfhard seen on Stranger Things season two set for first time" The Daily Mail. November 15, 2016.
  26. Tim Ives' Instagram post April 6, 2017.
  27. "Tim Ives's Instagram Post"
  28. "Stranger Things wanted its music to be “something people talked about”" Ars Technica. March 13, 2017.
  29. 29.0 29.1 "“Stranger Things” Season 2 Soundtrack Announced, New Song Shared: Listen" Pitchfork. October 12, 2017.

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