‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Super Bowl Spot Teases Epic New Chapter

‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Super Bowl Spot Teases Epic New Chapter

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It hasn’t been long since Netflix unleashed its Demogorgon-sized hit on the world. Since then, Stranger Things has taken over nearly every facet of popular culture. Now it’s taking on the Super Bowl, and Season 2’s first trailer demonstrates the show’s global appeal. Check out footage from the next chapter below.

The second season is imminent and the world is indeed turning upside down. It appears as though this trailer is foreboding something much nastier, and much larger, than the Demogorgon. We also get a quick glimpse of Eleven, with what looks like a bloody nose as one of the gang call out for her. Is she lost in the Upside Down and might that explain our brief look at Sheriff Hopper digging something? Fan theories are going to have us in a whirlwind for the next eight and a half months.

An enormous spider-like creature appears in the trailer, but only once we get a shot of Will Byers standing in his doorway. Season 1’s final moments teased that Will’s struggle with the Upside Down had not quite come to an end. His being seen in the same frame as the show’s latest monstrosity can’t be a coincidence.

Our first sneak peek was short, but sweet. The Eggo commercial bit of the trailer won’t soon be forgotten, and neither will the gang racing off on their bikes wearing their Ghostbusters garb, equipped with proton packs. Who ya gonna call? The kids who helped solve the mysterious disappearance of Will Byers, of course.

It looks as if Stranger Things Season 2 is set to begin streaming this Halloween, which is approximately 260 plus days away. What an incredibly long wait we have ahead of us. However, we are more than certain it will be well worth it in the end.

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