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Everything we know about Stranger Things’ second season

The Verge Monday, 23 October 2017
Everything we know about Stranger Things’ second seasonThe nine-episode second season of Netflix’s Stranger Things will begin streaming on October 27th. It’s been more than a year since the kids from Hawkins first faced the otherworldly monsters from The Upside Down. The show was a huge success, and this new season faces enormous expectations from fans.

Stranger Things’ eight-episode first season leaves off after the Hawkins kids confront The Upside Down’s Demogorgon and a slew of federal agents trying to contain the situation. Meanwhile, Sheriff Hopper (David Harbour) and Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) travel to the other world, where they finally discover and rescue Joyce’s son Will. The monster discovers the kids, but Eleven destroys it and vanishes. The show then jumps forward a month,...
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News video: ‘Stranger Things 2’ Kids Wanted To Swear & Netflix Let Them

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The kids from Stranger Things are returning to netflix for a second season premiering on october 27th. according to the shows directors the Duffer Brothers, everything will ke kicked up a notch, even the kids foul language. according to Matt Duffer, getting profanity into the show was a big argument....

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