There are a lot of speculations revolving around the second season of "Stranger Things." At this point, it was confirmed that the upcoming season will deal more with the Upside Down.
'Stranger Things' Season Two
According to Metro, the second season of "Stranger Things" is still months away. And even so, there are still a lot of rumors circling around what season two would bring. For the most part, the team at Stranger Things have been dropping hints so that the wait for the second season is as tense as it can be.
However, David Harbour who portrays Police Chief Jim Hopper spills the beans on what fans can expect for season two. In a previous interview with Hollywood Life, Harbour said that the Sci-fi hit would be joined by actors Sean Astin, Paul Reiser, Linnea Berthelsen, Dacre Montgomery and Sadie Sink.
Furthermore, Harbour said that it's a year later in the story so there are things that happened last year like Will has returned and that there are specific people in town that know what happened and then there are those who don't. So there will be a lot of falls out in that aspect. He also says that the #Justice4Barb notion will be seen in the first part of the season.
Latest Developments And News About Season Two
Apparently, viewers will be seeing more of the void place where Will Byers was taken to by the Demogorgon; the Upside Down, according to the duo who scored "Stranger Things," Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein. In an interview at the South by Southwest event, which was covered by Digital Spy, the duo revealed a couple of things that the show is working on.
The statement of the two would further support Harbour's comments that there will be new characters in the second season and that they would be fun. Furthermore, the duo said that the Upside Down will be more of a place that people would spend more time. This may mean that people would likely see more of the Upside Down in the coming season.
Additionally, this comment about the Upside Down further proves what Co-Creator Matt Duffer said about the second season is true. That Will is seeing images from the Upside Down and questions whether if it's real or not. This further suggest that maybe Will is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Viewers and fans are getting excited with all the teasing the "Stranger Things" team is doing however, the second season will be aired starting on Oct. 31, 2017. Hopefully, in the coming months, more details would be revealed about the highly anticipated series to help tide this excitement.