The Fall TV season is finally here and with it comes the return of many viewers' favorite highly acclaimed shows, including "Stranger Things" Season 2. The sophomore season of the Emmy-nominated series will arrive this October 27 on Netflix, so it's safe to assume that the Halloween weekend will be one best spent indoors: complete Netflix and chill. It's unsurprising that one of the show's breakout stars, Millie Bobby Brown, will return to reprise her role as Eleven, but this time with a new look. The sophomore season takes place in 1984, a year after the events of last season's finale.

Of course, the show will have enough room to explain what went on that entire year following Will Byers' return to the real world following his stint in the Upside Down.

Conversely, viewers are eager to find out what happened to Brown's Eleven, who found herself in the Upside Down after she defeated the Demogorgon.

The first trailer for the series showed her with her signature buzzcut, finding a way back into Hawkins. However, in Entertainment Weekly's new special, Brown is seen sporting longer curls, which implies that she's definitely let her hair grow in the last year. But more than just a new hairstyle, Brown says that Eleven will showcase even more interesting changes, including some "teenage issues" that viewers can probably relate to.

The first trailer for the series showed her with her signature buzzcut, finding a way back into Hawkins. However, in Entertainment Weekly's new special, Brown is seen sporting longer curls, which implies that she's definitely let her hair grow in the last year.

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But more than just a new hairstyle, Brown says that Eleven will showcase even more interesting changes, including some "teenage issues" that viewers can probably relate to.

Eleven strives to be a 'normal teenager'

In "Stranger Things" season 2, viewers will get to see Eleven as she traverses through life after coming back from the Upside Down. Millie Bobby Brown told Entertainment Weekly that her experiences now are more "coming of age." The 13-year old actress said that Eleven is "learning how to be a normal teenager and she never had a normal childhood. A big thing for her is to come into a world where she not only has powers but she has teenage issues." Coincidentally, as a 13-year old, the actress admits that she can totally relate to the issues that Eleven faces.

The seventh episode will center on Eleven

Interestingly, the Duffer Brothers liked Millie Bobby Brown's performance as Eleven so much that they wrote an entire episode that's very Eleven-centric in "Stranger Things" season 2. Co-creator Ross Duffer shared to EW that they truly wanted to give her "a really interesting arc" which viewers will get to see in the seventh episode of the new season. This will showcase "a lot of range out of [Brown]," which is great." "Stranger Things" season 2 premieres on October 27 on Netflix.