The team behind "Stranger Things" have been releasing trailers for the second season to audiences since the summer of 2017. They have teased fans with their various snippets of the second season. The latest and final of these trailers was released yesterday on Friday the 13th. The trailer reveals what the focus of the second season of "Stranger Things" is and fans are beyond excited for its release.

The trailer was released online

According to The Verge, the latest and final trailer for Season two of "Stranger Things" has been released online. The trailer was released on Friday the 13th and reveals more about what fans can expect when the series returns.

The trailer shows Eleven walking towards the wooden box in the woods and finding the food Hopper left for her.

In a report by Recode, there are further scenes, which deal with the mysteries of Eleven. She is seen with curly hair indicating that some time has passed between the end of Season 1 and the beginning of Season 2. This may have been a decision made by the Duffer Brothers as to explain why the original child cast is now young teenagers on the show.

Furthermore, Eleven is seen using her powers to unlock a door from the outside. The shot widens to reveal that she has arrived at Mike's home. While the trailer finally confirms that Eleven finds her way back to Mike, it also delves further into the character of Will.

Since returning from the Upside Down, Will Byers has not been the same. According to The Verge, the trailer reveals little snippets about what is going on with Will. It is revealed that he is seeing visions of the Upside Down. He sees terrifying creatures who are huge in scale in comparison to the Demi Gorgon.

Season 2 to explore tears in realities

According to The Verge, the second season of the show is set to explore the tears in the fabric of the Upside Down. Fans have received snippets of this in the previous trailers. There is one scene where Eleven appears in the hallways of the school, making her way through a doorway to the Upside Down.

The latest trailer released proves that the residents of Hawkins will be dealing with these doorways. The trailer reveals that the visions Will is seeing are actually evidence that the creatures from the Upside Down are making their way into Hawkins. Hopper confirms this to Joyce in a brief scene before the trailer shows the gigantic monsters that the gang will have to defeat.

In a report by Recode, fans are beyond excited for the return of the second season of the show. "Stranger Things" has already been confirmed for a third season with the fourth season already in discussion.

"Stranger Things" returns to Netflix on October 27, 2017. The second season will take place around Halloween time in the town of Hawkins.