Fans are still in cloud nine when Netflix revealed the renewal of the show 'Stranger Things' Season 2. Viewers from all over the world revealed that they are still nostalgic of what had happened during the previous installment. With this, they are greatly hoping that this season would tackle more of the Upside Down World. But besides that, what should we expect of the show?
'Stranger Things' Season 2 All Set To Bring Excitement Next Year For All Its Fans And Avid Viewers
According to Movie News Guide, 'Stranger Things' Season 2 would have its premiere next year, 2017. With this, it was also revealed who will stay and who decided to end his/her character in the show. Sources reported that Will Byers, played by Noah Schnapp, would still be seen in the hit series. This goes the same with Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin and Gaten Matarazzo who play the role of Mike, Lukas and Dustin respectively.
Aside from that, new cast members, who would bring in great twists and turns in the life of the lead stars, are also revealed in the online community. Sean Astin who became part of Lord Of The Rings would be joining the show. Besides him, Linnea Berthelsen and Paul Reiser will also be spotted in the second installment of the hit series.
Moreover, two new kids will be in the show namely Sadie Sink and Dacre Montgomery. Creators of the show admit that with all the new cast members being added, the show wouldn't get any much better than this.
Steve Reacts On Budding Romance Between Jonathan And Nancy, Will Eleven Return In The Show?
On other news, presence of Brown in the second season still remains unidentified. As the child stars herself admits that her decision is still up in the air.
Meanwhile Joe Keery who plays the role of Steve gave out his reaction on the alleged romantic relationship between Jonathan and Nancy. He stated:
"It's a complicated relationship for sure especially when you throw Jonathan in the mix, but I think at the end of the day, Steve really loves her. So, going off of that for season 2, I think that's a really solid place to start and we'll see what happens."