Stranger Things: Millie Bobby Brown's Eleven makes a dramatic entrance in final trailer for season two... as the gang face another supernatural threat
She disappeared into the Upside Down after a final showdown with the Demogorgon in the season finale of Stranger Things.
And Eleven returns - and with a brand new hairdo - in the final trailer for season two of Stranger Things.
The dramatic trailer sees Eleven (played by Millie Bobby Brown) opening a locked door with her superpowers as she shows off her curly new hair.
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Making her return: Eleven returns - and with a brand new hairdo - in the final trailer for Stranger Things 2, released on Friday the 13th
The new trailer, which was released on Friday the 13th, begins with Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) making her way through a snowy forest before coming across the waffles her friends had been hiding for her.
After grabbing the frozen waffles, she takes off.
The trailer also sees Will Byers' troubles continuing after making it out of the Upside Down in the previous season.
The youngster (played by Noah Schnapp) begins having visions of a shadowy, tentacle-like creature.
Super powers: Eleven got a nosebleed as she harnessed her powers
Suffering: Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) is hospitalized after suffering from mysterious medical ailments that seem to baffle doctors
Painful: Watching her son in pain on the hospital bed, Joyce cries as she's comforted by her new love interest, Bob Newby (Sean Astin)
Will also ends up in the hospital after suffering from a series of mysterious symptoms, which seem to have dumbfounded doctors.
'What is wrong with my boy!?' Will's mother, Joyce Byers (played by Winona Ryder) demands.
Watching her son in pain on the hospital bed, Joyce cries as she's comforted by her new love interest, Bob Newby (Sean Astin).
Visions: Will sees the horrific new monster on Halloween
A mother's wrath: 'What is wrong with my boy!?' Will's mother, Joyce Byers (played by Winona Ryder) demands
Dressed the part: The boys head to school dressed as the Ghostbusters on Halloween
The trailer sees the gang once again facing off mysterious, supernatural forces that threaten their way of life.
'Don't you think it's weird that we only seem to hang out when the world's about to end?' Nancy Wheeler, played by Natalia Dyer, asks.
The trailer promises no shortage of action, as the gang band together to fight off the new threat.
Rinse: Jim Hopper (David Harbour) is hosed off
Season two focuses on the missing friend who has been found and has brought some excessive baggage back with him
Search party: The gang heads into the forest with a flashlight in hand
Spooky: One of the kids dashes down a dimly-lit hallway
The first season of the show followed a group of friends who go searching for their missing buddy with the help of a telekinetic stranger. All while combating a mysterious monster, a strange dimension, and a covert government operation.
Season two focuses on the missing friend who has been found and has brought some excessive baggage back with him.
The second season of Stranger Things will arrive onto Netflix on October 27.
Life or death: 'Don't you think it's weird that we only seem to hang out when the world's about to end?' Nancy Wheeler, played by Natalia Dyer, asks
Coming soon: The second season of Stranger Things will arrive onto Netflix on October 27
'She's back': Millie promoted the trailer's release by sharing a screenshot of her character on Instagram on Friday
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