Stranger Things Season 2 is yet to be released, but information about what could possibly happen continue to surface the web. The next season is expected to be more ‘darker’ and ‘weirder’ than season 1 so the time of waiting will surely be worth it.
IGN has interviewed Matt and Ross Duffer, creator of Stranger Things, and asked about what could possibly happen in season 2. Matt said that the fans should expect that the next season will be a little weird and darker.
Everyone has seen how Will Byers managed to escape from the Upside-Down. Lots of strange things happened from the time he vanished. Also, weird characters appeared that made the previous episodes more intense.
Ross Duffer revealed that the Stranger Things Season 2 will be having a self-contained plot. This means that the storyline will be a little bit different from the past season. In season 1, the focus of the story was finding Will and bringing him back.
The tension of the upcoming season will surely be more exciting and thrilling. Though it is expected that the main characters will be able to solve the mystery, the scenes are expected to be unpredictable.
Matt also said that season 2 might feature Barbara “Barb” Holland. Barb was one of the most disappointing characters in the recent Netflix phenomenon. After she vanished, her next appearance was when she was found dead in the Upside-Down.
Matt revealed that a flashback of what happened to Barb will be shown in season 2. Another exciting scene in season 1 was the love triangle between Steve, Nancy, and Jonathan. Though the two men already fixed their rift, Jonathan’s feelings for Nancy is still there.
Matt opens the possibility of Jonathan stealing Nancy from Steve. However, it remains questionable on how can Jonathan express his true feelings for Nancy. Knowing his character, it will take him more time to learn how to deal with girls.
The Duffer brothers also hinted that fans can expect more than Stranger Things Season 2. Even chief executive Reed Hastings said that giving extensions for the Netflix phenomenon is a no-brainer.
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