Eventually things get downright terrifying. Just as Chief Hopper is telling someone (Eleven or Joyce?) that he wants them to feel safe in the town, we cut to menacing men in a funhouse mirror room, armed with terrifying guns.
It only gets worse from there–the demogorgons are back, Eleven is trapped in a sensory deprivation room, and Will is still feeling effects from the Upside Down.
In addition to Cary Elwes, Maya Hawke joins the cast as an “alternative girl”, who Steve seems to be crushing on, and Jake Busey comes aboard as a reporter at The Hawkins Post, where we briefly see Nancy and Jonathan in technicolor prom looks.
Jazzercise leotards, scrunchies, and bright colors aside, the gang is in for it again. Stranger Things will return on July 4, 2019. In the meantime, check out the trailer below.
Feature still from 'Stranger Things' via 21 Laps Entertainment