"Stranger Things" a series featuring the young teenage breakout stars Gaten Matarazzo, Noah Schnapp, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard and Caleb McLaughlin is reminiscent of the series "Fringe" and classic Stephen King themes of childhood horrors and mysticism.
KAMI learned about this from MANILA BULLETIN.
Now on its 2nd Season, Young protagonists of the hit Netflix series fight emotionally with the series of unexpected events of the first season: a town boy’s disappearance, a death, a mysterious girl with superpowers and a decaying parallel universe called the "Upside Down".
In the middle of the show, Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) experiences worsening visions of the Upside Down after being saved, forcing his friends to try to find a way to fight the demon known as Demogorgon.
"Stranger Things” has become a phenomenon for Netflix Inc, leading them to Emmy Awards and some obsessed fans who initiated an online viral campaign, #JusticeForBarb, lit by the ghastly death of the character of Barb Holland.
The second season sums up the quest to bring closure to the death of Bard Holland and introducing new and geographically expanding the story.
The Duffer brothers who created the show, anticipate five seasons in bringing the town of Hawkins and its rich mythos of characters and background to its fruition.
The full nine episodes can be viewed Friday, October 27.