Stranger Things season 2 may 'disappoint' fans

Stranger Things season 2 may 'disappoint' fans

Stranger Things season 2 may 'disappoint' fans

But you can't blame fans for hoping, especially since we were told that there would be "justice for Barb" last summer.

Being released this August, the 3.75"-scaled figures will come in two collections of three, each one bedecked in Stranger Things logos and old-school packaging that is about one step removed from a fuzzy old VHS-recorded TV advertisement from being right out of the '80s".

Barb (played by the talented Shannon Purser) was one of our favorite parts of the first season of Stranger Things. I don't know that there's a bounce back from that!

He went on to say: "We start with a man who has sort of become heroic in a certain way, right? Because you think you want that but you wouldn't really want that".

Which Stranger Things characters would you like to see as action figures? Some aspects of the series that some fans my not like and be disappointed by, but the point of the second season was to take risks, according to Harbour.

Now confirmed for a second season, tidbits of information has been slowly drip-fed to the public, whether it be from cast or crew members involved in making the show. "But you can't try to recreate vanilla". "So no, we are not going to cravenly service the wish list of fans". I think they are going to be elated and excited about things. I think everyone feels like a misfitting -not cookie-cutter, at ease in their self - kind of person. "It's all further in terms of going on this journey". "So people who found season 1 too scary for them, probably you're going to be more scared by season 2".

He also teased the second season, saying it will be much "darker and scarier" than the first instalment and that no one is safe as the story.

The wait and "delicious torture" ends on October 31 when season 2 of Stranger Things premieres on Netflix. You can see the entire interview with Levy below.