'Stranger Things' Season 2: Will Suffers Trauma, Sheriff Hooper Discloses Upside Down

"Stranger Things" Season 2 is all set to have its premiere October of this year. Sources revealed that all cast members of the hit show are now pressured after the success of its first installment. However, everyone is very determined and eager to exceed viewers' expectation of the show. Plus, the characters are confident that the script is getting better from time to time.

'Stranger Things' Season 2: David Harbor Speaks Up

According to Inquisitr, David Harbor admitted that everyone in the show was feeling terrified and nervous of how the viewers would perceive the upcoming installment of "Stranger Things". News added that upon reading the series' script, the cast members hoped that they would pull everything off as the material is brilliant and excellent all at the same time.

"I got the script for the first episode of Season 2 and within the first five minutes, I was on my feet going like, 'Yes! Yes!' If we do our jobs, I feel like we have a really exciting season ahead of us," David shared.

Rumors suggest that the first episode of the show would feature Mike still disappointed of what had happened to Eleven. It can be recalled that the character sacrifices herself from the Demogorgon to save him. However, fans believed that the well-loved character would still appear on the show as she would still unfold shocking twist, turns, and revelations.

On the other hand, news regarding Barb returning back to the show was easily debunked by the series' creators.

'Stranger Things' Season 2: Will Byers And Sheriff Hooper

The upcoming show would also feature Will still suffering from trauma after what had happened to him on the previous season. Sources revealed that the fight of Will of overcoming his experience would be witnessed in "Stranger Things" Season 2.

Meanwhile, Sheriff Hopper will try to live as if everything is normal and usual. News reported that the character would try to cover things up and keep everything a secret.

Make sure to watch "Stranger Things" Season 2 scheduled to premiere on October 31.

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