Interestingly, it looks like the Duffer Brothers have changed all but one episode title ("The Pollywog") since a year ago.
Debuting on Netflix on October 27, the second season of Stranger Things is a production of 21 Laps Entertainment created by Matt and Ross Duffer.
In a spooky video, the episode names were unveiled as Madmax, Trick or Treat Freak, The Pollywog, Will the Wise, Dig Dug, and The Spy.
The titles for the final three episodes have been kept under wrap for now.
The official Stranger Things Twitter account revealed the official episode titles for season 2 to fans via an incredibly eerie video, which starts off by showcasing a scoreboard for the popular 80s video game Dragon's Lair.
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It's time to put those Stranger Things thinking caps on! "The Secret Cabin" and "The Brain" don't seem to allude to anything directly at the moment, but "The Lost Brother" does give us pause. AV Club suggested that this was the writers' way of trying to outsmart the guessing fans who might have thought that they have the plot figured out.
He explained that the monster would be "tied into this shape that Will sees in the sky". Each episode is building on the last one. And quite honestly, who can blame you as few sci-fi shows have captivated and enthralled as much as this series has and with the second season promising to be even better and hopefully help answer some of the questions from the first season.
However, in the second season, Shannon Purser will not reprise her role as Barb anymore as confirmed by show creator Duffer Brothers earlier.
The season 2 soundtrack hits digital shelves October 20 and if you want to take a stab at your own synth experiment, head over to Synthier Things, a website that allows the viewer to manipulate the Stranger Things main theme via a web-browser modulator.