As fans eagerly await the release of "Stranger Things" Season 2, more spoilers have been revealed for the series, some by accident and some intentionally by the series' showrunners. Among it is the release date of the show allegedly will be sometime in July 2017 and more details about Eleven's unknown new form.
In one of the recent interview with David Harbour, who plays Hopper, he explains that his character knows that Eleven still exists but possibly in a different form so his character makes an effort to reach out to her every once in a while by bringing her food in the woods.
Meanwhile, the latest trailer of the "Stranger Things" Season 2 shows a newscaster reporting a stealing incident in one of the neighborhood's store. Her report stated that shopping carts were flying up in the air and electronic doors malfunctioning as a young girl enters and steal boxes of eggos. This definitely confirms Eleven's returns but possibly without the knowledge of her friends. It is assumed that if her friends knew about her return, she doesn't need to steal for her food.
Netflix prefers not to comment on any rumors regarding "Stranger Things" Season 2 circulating online so it is not known how many episodes will Eleven be in. However, a source confirmed that Eleven is back as a series regular so it's safe to believe that she will be there until the last episode of season 2.
Another revelation that could be true is Papa aka Dr. Martin Brenner, played by Matthew Modine, surviving the attack of the Demogorgon. The camera cuts away from him just before his death is confirmed in "Stranger Things" season 1 so anything can really happen. Moreover, the actor assures fans of season 2 as he was being interviewed at the premiere night saying "Oh, there will be a season two."