'Stranger Things' Final Season 2 Trailer Is a Perfect Friday the 13th Treat
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"It's 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana are still reeling from the horrors of the Demogorgon," the logline said.

Netflix's final "Stranger Things" Season 2 trailer is the perfect spooky treat on this Friday the 13th, smack dab in the middle of horror fanatics' favorite month of the year.

The trailer shows Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) finding the waffles that Hopper (David Harbour) left for her in the woods at the end of Season 1. Will (Noah Schnapp) is also still seeing things, proving the Upside Down is still lingering nearby. There are also quick shots of a gigantic shadow monster that fans saw back in July in that thrilling San Diego Comic-Con trailer.

"It's 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana are still reeling from the horrors of the Demogorgon and the secrets of Hawkins Lab," the Season 2 logline reads. "Will Byers has been rescued from the Upside Down but a bigger, sinister entity still threatens those who survived."

TooFab recently spoke to Gaten Matarazzo, who plays Dustin in the sci-fi series, about what viewers can expect to see when "Stranger Things" returns on Oct. 27

"We have new characters joining the cast," he said. "We got to work with new people, especially a new actress, Sadie Sink, who I had known before this but she's the new kid joining our gang in Season 2, which is going to be fun. It's got a new vibe, similar vibes and it's just gonna be a lot more action packed than the first season."

"It is 'Stranger Things' 2.0, which is gonna be awesome," he added.

Viewer's can also look forward to a lot more of Will, a lovable character who spent most of the freshman season trapped in the Upside Down.

"He really is like my second little brother. He's younger than all of us and he wasn't in Season 1 as much, but now that we get to hangout with him, it's really amazing getting to work with him a lot more," Matarazzo said. "He's immensely talented. He's doing such a good job and I'm really excited for everyone to see his true acting potential in this upcoming season because he's got a lot of cool stuff to do."

"Stranger Things" starts streaming on Friday, Oct. 27.

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