The Fall TV season is fast approaching and that means "Stranger Things" Season 2 is also well on its way to hit Netflix. This October, fans, and viewers will finally get to see what happened to Millie Bobby Brown's Eleven after she sacrificed herself to save her friends in the weird, sleepy town of Hawkins, Indiana. Throughout the last few months, cast members of the highly acclaimed web series have hinted at a darker, stranger sophomore season, which is set a year after Eleven vanished.

Given the trailers that Netflix has released, viewers know very well that all is not well in Hawkins, as Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) is still seeing things in terms of the Upside Down.

When the show returns, viewers will find that David Harbour's Chief Jim Hopper may be in a different place than he was last year, given that the character will be dealing with the repercussions of his heroic acts back in Season 1. Speaking of the previous season, Brown recommends that fans watch it once again before the next season arrives, to make sure they didn't miss any important clues.

Millie Bobby Brown says Eleven is 'relatable'

Despite being a top secret government project with mysterious superpowers, Eleven is actually pretty relatable, as per Millie Bobby Brown. The 13-year old actress recently spoke to Deadline about working on the show and the upcoming "Stranger Things" season 2, saying that her character is "an outcast, a freak, and that's why people relate to her." But what will become of Eleven during the sophomore season?

Brown remains coy, but promises that it's "so much deeper and darker than last year."

New squad member arriving at Hawkins

The poignant absence of Eleven in last year's season finale (and the trailers for "Stranger Things" season 2) have indicated just how much she's influenced the lives of her friends. Finn Wolfhard, who's currently on the cover of Nylon with Gaten Matarazzo, Dustin Henderson, and Noah Schnapp, opened up about how the squad will change when the sophomore season begins.

Wolfhard's Mike Wheeler has become "a loner" since Eleven's mysterious disappearance, given that Mike was set to be a love interest for Brown's character. But in the upcoming season, a new girl is coming to town in the form of Sadie Sink's Max, who Wolfhard describes as "a skater, sort of a punk girl" who "slowly becomes part of the group." A glimpse of Max is seen in the trailer that was recently released by Netflix, which can be viewed below. "Stranger Things" Season 2 arrives on October 27.