'Stranger Things' Season 2: New Casts, Release Date, Episode Titles, and Spoilers

“Stranger Things” has been the tal of the town when it was released during the summer. As it was a surprise hit, it will be coming back for a new season next year. The series’ Twitter account revealed video showing the episode titles for the upcoming season.

To see the video, refer below:

The company, Netflix, already revealed the names of the upcoming episodes in its Season 2. As cited in Game N Guide, the following episodes will be named as Madmax, The Boy Who Came Back To Life, The Pumpkin Patch, The Palace, The Storm, The Pollywog, The Secret Cabin, The Brain; and lastly, The Lost Brother.

Another question that fans are asking about is the alleged removal of Millie Brown, after she expressed her doubts with regards to being a part of the Season 2 cast. The British actress played the role of a telekinetic girl in the first season. In the previous season, Eleven’s location and the character of Brown remained unidentified. Certain speculations are spreading regarding her survival in the scene where she was able to put to death a monster.

Another revelation was the additional characters of “Stranger Things”. According to The Telegraph, three characters will enter into the story that would give additional thrill to the viewers of the hit series. Here are the characters: First is Max, a girl described as someone who behaves like a boy. She is within the age range of 12 to 14 years old and is branded as fearless and confident. Second character is Max, the brother of Billy. He is muscular and is confident just like Max. Last character revealed is Roman. The character is a gender-neutral role that suffered a great loss and is seeking revenge.

With these disclosures, fans can’t keep the excitement to themselves and shared it to social media. Here are some:

The “Stranger Things” would likely be released next year 2017. Another set of preview will come around, so stay tuned.

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