"Stranger Things" is one of the latest shows to get the after show treatment.
Netflix is capitalizing off one of its most popular series by introducing Beyond Stanger Things, an after-show that sees actors and producers of the spooky mystery talking about all the happenings that bring the show to life.
The after-show will air tomorrow (October 27th) the same day the highly anticipated second season becomes available. Creators of the series advise fans to not watch the mini talk show until you've watched the full season, as it will give away major spoiler alerts. Thankfully, Beyond Stranger Things will automatically be played after the final episode of the series.
Creators Ross and Matt Duffer and executive producer and director Shawn Levy will be appearing on the show, along with lead actors Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Finn Wolfhard and more. The show will be hosted by actor and "superfan" Jim Rash who will lead all guests in answering questions, exploring inspirations and telling behind-the-scenes stories.
In the last released clip of Stranger Things season two, we were given details on how Eleven makes her way back to the real world from the Upside Down world that season one left her in. The short preview has Eleven using her powers to force her self out of a sticky situation, where she has to pull her way back into reality - literally.
I know it may be a hard one for binge-watchers, especially since the new season drops all seven episodes at once, but keep in mind that the series may be ending at season four. Ross and Matt Duffer previously stated that they can't justify bad things happening to characters every year.
“They’re going to have to get the fuck out of this town! It’s ridiculous!” Ross added. Watch the Beyond Stanger Things trailer below.