The December issue of SFX magazine bring us Stranger Things on cover, plus 8 pages inside, in ahead of the second season that’s about to start. You can find digital scans in our gallery:
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It was Friday the 13th, and Netflix appropriately dropped the final trailer for the much antecipated second season of Stranger Things, that’s being released next Oct. 27.
The Stranger Things follow up—which might just be the most hyped series of the year—is set one year after the first season, in the fall of 1984, when dark supernatural forces again descend on the town of Hawkins. While the previous trailer was fun and “Thriller”-heavy, playing up the show’s ’80s aesthetic, this trailer takes on more dramatic, urgent tone, one that will raise your heartrate by several beats per minute. The monsters are bigger, the kids are more intense, while Joyce is more frantic than ever. Who can blame her? Will, severely changed by his time in the Upside Down, has seen a shadow in the sky, and doesn’t seem to be holding up so well.
“These are not nightmares,” Hopper tells Joyce. “It’s happening. And it all leads back to here.”
Watch the trailer:
Empire – It’s October – which means this month we’re headed back into the Upside Down, for another dose of Stranger Things. Season 2 of the hit Netflix sci-fi show arrives on 27 October – and in the new issue of Empire, on sale Thursday, we have eight pages of coverage direct from Hawkins, Indiana. Among our exclusives: the below never-before-seen image of Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder), visiting her son Will (Noah Schnapp) in hospital. They’re joined by new character Bob Newby, played by bona fide Goonie Sean Astin. Take a look – and click to embiggen.
Entertainment Weekly released today some Stranger Things cast portraits and, well, check for yourself:
Alongside the killer cover, Entertainment Weekly also released new images of Stranger Things season two. You can find it in our gallery, alongside the latest released posters.
We have a month ahead until the next season of Stranger Things and things are getting more exciting now. Stranger Things is featured on Entertainment Weekly with a three-covers special, one of it featuring Winona, David Harbour and Sean Astin.
Watch below the behind-the-scenes interview, and the screen captures added in our gallery. You can check by digital scans tomorrow, when the issue is available on stands.