The Duffer Brothers have been vocal that they are currently writing the second season of Stranger Things. This created a noise all throughout social media, which resulted into speculations as to what could happen in the next installment.
Slash Film stated that the fans from around the world have been giving their own mix of the story for the season 2. The teaser trailer that revealed episode titles also gave a feeling that some fan theories are accurate as it may seem. Episode titles, as cited in an article, gave a boost to the excitement of the avid viewers of Stranger Things.
Questions like the return of Bard, Will Byers transforming into a monster and the connection of Eleven to the place Upside Down has been asked by the netizens, according to Vanity Fair. As questions remained unanswered, they formulated their own guesses as to what could happen in the succeeding episodes.
Duffer Brothers, the creator of the series, shared their sentiments regarding the accuracy of the fan theories, and they said:
"Most are wrong, but I've read a few that are right or very close. Is it Reddit? Some of those people have figured stuff out based off of the chapter titles."
"Some of these theories are elaborate and smart,"
"They're not crap. I love reading this stuff."
The source even told that the second installment would be an avenue to encounter the Upside Down World, more in-depth than it was discussed in the first installment.
"Even way back when we pitched to Netflix the first season, we talked about where it would potentially go. They understood the potential. Season one does almost feel like a big movie that comes to a sort of ending. A lot of that was based on the character of Will and the repercussions of him being in this upside down world for a week. Exploring that would be the second season. Once we got into the room for season two, we started expanding our mythology. We never got boxed in, because we're dealing with an alternate dimension. It feels like the possibilities are limitless. We're building up the mythology in a way that we know now where we want the story and these characters to end. We have more of a game plan now than we did two years ago." The Duffer Brothers said in an interview
Tons of possibilities for "Stranger Things", let's just wait and see.
For now, here's a video of the trailer for the second season: