We draw closer and closer to ‘Stranger Things’ season 2 anticipated pemiere, and we keep getting new information. Series creators revealed some new information about one of the most beloved characters of the show during the Emmy red carpet.
While excitement about ‘Stranger Things’ got the best of us, there are some titles leaving the streaming service next month.
Getting loser to the season premiere
‘Stranger Things’ season 2 is still largely a mystery, which is fitting for a show about supernatural happenings inspired by the works of Stephen King. But as we draw closer to its October 27 premiere date, the show’s creatives are willing to talk more about how they’ve approached this sequel of a season.
Speaking at the 2017 Emmys, showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer gave a few hints regarding what the season holds for Eleven and Barb
“I will say that I think that [Eleven’s] journey this season is very different than what people are going to expect,” Ross Duffer began. “You know, we knew Millie [Bobby Brown] was good when we cast her, but she blew us away just like everyone else in season 1 so we really wanted to put her on an emotional rollercoaster this year. She knocks it out of the park.”
As for Barb, while the Duffers reiterated that Barb won’t be showing up at all, but “her spirit lives on,” according to Ross. “She left a hole with her family and Nancy too. The Byers got Will back, but [the Hollands] did not get their daughter back. So we see the repercussions of that.”
What’s coming and leaving Netflix in October
While the anticipated return of ‘Stranger Things‘ to Netflix is basically the number one reason to get excited about October arriving, there’s more to come next month. Also next month, you can watch Sandra Bullock showcase her comedic talents in the fan-favorite film ‘Miss Congeniality’, as well as in the sequel ‘Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous’.
Other new additions to the catalog include Jonathan Groff’s new crime detective drama series ‘Mindhunter’, Netflix’s original film adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘1922’, ‘Donnie Darko’ and the Tom Cruise-Nicole Kidman erotic thriller ‘Eyes Wide Shut’.
On less exciting news, ’30 Rock’ is leaving Netflix next month. Other titles that are departing include ‘One Tree Hill’, ‘Prison Break’ and ‘The Wonder Years’ as well as the films ‘The Shining’, ‘Hellboy’, and ‘Titanic’.