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October 28, 2017 1:35 AM Stranger Things: 29 Callbacks, References, and Easter Eggs You Might Have Missed in Season 2

Late Thursday night, Netflix unveiled the hotly-anticipated second installment of its smash genre hit Stranger Things. By Friday morning, a number of fans, thirsty for the continuing adventures of Mike, Dustin, Lucas, Will, and Eleven, had already devoured the nine-episode season. But not everyone has been so quick to binge. So in the interest of serving 317

October 27, 2017 11:14 PM Noah Schnapp Is the MVP of Stranger Things 2

Yes, there are spoilers below about Stranger Things and Stranger Things 2. If you haven’t watched yet and want to remain spoiler-free, please keep that in mind. In the first season of Stranger Things, Will Byers gets sucked into the Upside Down in episode one and isn’t rescued until the last chapter. Even though what happens to him drives most of the action 306

October 27, 2017 8:21 PM In Praise of Noah Schnapp in Stranger Things 2

Yes, there are spoilers below about Stranger Things and Stranger Things 2. If you haven’t watched yet and want to remain spoiler-free, please keep that in mind. In the first season of Stranger Things, Will Byers gets sucked into the Upside Down in episode one and isn’t rescued until the last chapter. Even though what happens to him drives most of the action 246

October 27, 2017 3:50 PM “Stranger Things 2” Review: Biking Toward the Queasy Horror of Adolescence

“Stranger Things 2” is indeed the correct title of the new installment of the series created by Matt and Ross Duffer for the thorough enjoyment of Netflix subscribers who who swoon to pop Americana of a nineteen-eighties vintage. As with last year’s introductory season, a Spielbergian sense of wonder and a John Hughes knack for underage anthropology 143

October 27, 2017 3:00 PM 14 Questions Stranger Things Still Needs to Answer After Season 2

Questions about the universe's unknowable mysteries could fill a lifetime. But the second season of Stranger Things that dropped Friday is infinitely more interesting. Once season 1 ended, the many mysteries of the Netflix series captivated the internet. Luckily season 2 had plenty of gratifying answers. We learned a lot more about the vast world the Duffer 210

October 27, 2017 1:00 PM David Harbour on the mystery of Stranger Things

New York — Even the title is enigmatic. Stranger Things could mean so many things: The recent extreme weather; Washington politics; fad recipes for kale. Nearly everyone knows about Stranger Things. But who can explain what this enigmatic sci-fi-horror series is really about? The second season of Stranger Things — all nine episodes worth — will be released 506

October 26, 2017 2:06 AM ‘Stranger Things’ goes deeper in season two

Unexpectedly, “Stranger Things” captured America’s collective fancy last summer. The science fiction drama triggered conversations on the Upside Down that went round and round, countless PR sightings of the then-unknown cast of too-adorable kids, and a kitschy call for justice for the loyal, forgotten, and, alas, quite dead Barb, the show’s beloved fringe 144

October 25, 2017 10:36 PM This 'Stranger Things' Love Triangle Will Be More Complicated Than Ever In Season 2

The intense and complicated fan-favorite teenage love triangle at the center of Stranger Things is getting even — ahem — stranger. Although Nancy (Natalia Dyer) ended up with (sometimes problematic fave) jock Steve (Joe Keery) by the end of Season 1, choosing to remain friends with the awkward loner Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) who was also vying for her affection 256

January 9, 2017 7:35 PM Viola Davis gave a moving speech about Trump of her own at the Globes

Viola Davis is about as presidential a celebrity as they come. On Sunday, the actress won a best-supporting-actress Golden Globe for her role in Fences. She dedicated her acceptance speech to her father, Dan, who was "born in 1936, groomed horses, had a fifth-grade education, didn't know how to read until he was 15 . . . [but] he had a story and it deserved 37