A new trailer for the second season of the Netflix series "Stranger Things" aired during the Super Bowl, and it got people talking. Fans of the show were eager to find out when the season would start, and what it would be all about. Season 1 came out last summer and ended with only eight episodes in the first season, leaving viewers wanting more. The creators of "Stranger Things" finally opened up to share a bit about what's coming up for the highly anticipated season 2.

Happy Halloween

There's really no better day to start streaming season 2 of "Stranger Things" then on Halloween.

So fans, mark your calendars for October 31 as the day the binge watching will begin. The upcoming season will be set in 1984 and will be made up of nine episodes.

The series recently won big at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, taking home the award for Best Ensemble in a Drama Series. The 23rd annual SAG Awards took place on January 29 in Los Angeles. Actress Winona Ryder stars in the series, and plays the role of Joyce Byers, mother of Will and Jonathan Byers. Ryder's role got her nominated for a SAG Award in the category of Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series. Claire Foy ended up winning the award for her role as Queen Elizabeth II in "The Crown."

More SAG nominations

Ryder wasn't the only cast member from "Stranger Things" to be nominated for a SAG Award this year.

Millie Bobbie Brown received a nomination for her portrayal of Eleven, a child with psychokinetic abilities. The 12-year-old British actress and model was also up for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series.

It seems as though most of the cast from the first season will be back for season 2, with the addition of four new cast members.

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Also, the titles of all nine episodes have been released, and they are as follows:

1. "Madmax"

2. "The Boy Who Came Back to Life"

3. "The Pumpkin Patch"

4. "The Palace"

5. "The Storm"

6. "The Pollywog"

7. "The Secret Cabin"

8. "The Brain"

9. "The Lost Brother"