It's been a long wait for "Stranger Things" Season 2, the sophomore season of last year's Netflix breakout series. The show, which catapulted child star Millie Bobby Brown to worldwide fame, is set to continue the story of Will Byers and the sleepy town of Hawkins following the defeat of the Demogorgon. But so many questions were left following last season's finale, and fans and viewers are hoping that these will be answered come the October. Recently, Gaten Matarazzo hinted at how the upcoming season will end with

But so many questions were left following last season's finale, and fans and viewers are hoping that these will be answered come the October.

Recently, Gaten Matarazzo hinted at how the upcoming season will end with yet another cliffhanger. It's not surprising that he already knows how the season will end as they recently concluded filming the second season.

Stars take to social media to announce season film wrap

Finn Wolfhard, who stars as Mike Wheeler on the series, took to Instagram to share that they've wrapped filming on "Stranger Things" season 2, Screen Rant reported. In fact, he also wrote a message to the production, saying, "It was an amazing Timez I love the cast and crew so FREAKIN much" and tagging his costars, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Sadie Sink, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, David Harbour, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, and Natalia Dyer in the post. Meanwhile, Schnapp also took to Instagram to post a photo of himself with the "Stranger Things" kids, writing that "I will miss everyone so much!"

Millie Bobby Brown calls the upcoming season 'epic'

One of last year's biggest breakout stars was Millie Bobby Brown, who played Eleven on the show.

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She also took to Instagram to share messages to her co-stars, including "Stranger Things" season 2 newcomer, Sadie Sink, who according to Variety will play Max, "a tomboy with a complicated history and a suspicious streak." Brown expressed her excitement for fans and viewers to see the upcoming season, because "it's epic!"

Ben Schwartz gets Larry King to campaign for Schwartz' 'Stranger Things' role

In other "Stranger Things" season 2 news, comedian and "Parks and Recreation" alum Ben Schwartz has been expressing his desire for a cameo on the Netflix show. He explained how he could play Steve's (Joe Keery) son on the show, as he and Keery resemble each other. In fact, they look so alike that fans of the show even came up with a theory that Steve's son is, in fact, Schwartz's Jean-Ralphio of "Parks and Recreation." This fan theory is approved by both Schwartz and Keery, and now, even host Larry King is on board to get Schwartz on the show. "Stranger Things" returns to Netflix on October 31.