A little show named "Stranger Things" made its debut this past summer. Little did people expect that it would become a major hit series capturing the hearts of millions in a matter of few episodes. With its unique and mysterious sci-fi plot, the show in its 1980's setting will now further explore the 'Upside Down' and dive deep into one's imagination. Yes, the Netflix series is now shooting its second season advancing towards more intricate details of the previous season. While it's awaiting a release soon in 2017, Netflix released the trailer of "OA", a similar show that has a lot of similarity to Stranger Things.
The next instalment of "ST" is now being filmed in Jackson, Georgia, an economically depressed city about 50 miles southeast of Atlanta, featuring a small quaint town square. It is located in the middle of Butts County holding a population of 5000 and is the closest town to Georgia's death row and execution facility.
According to reports, Season 2 will be returning with majority of the cast members especially the kids Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, and Caleb McLaughlin along with an addition of a few new members, Dacre Montgomery, Sadie Sink, Paul Reiser, Sean Astin and Linnea Berthelsen. As far as the new cast goes, Sadie and Dacre play the role of siblings who happen to cross paths with the main trio.
Going by the script, Linnea, a Danish newcomer will be seen playing Roman, a girl who had traumatic experiences as a child that affect her as an adult. She is not a Hawkin's resident although she is connected to the mysteries related to the Department of Energy in the first season. Reiser will be playing Dr.Owen, an official in Department of Energy and Astin will be seen as Bob Newby, a kind-hearted former nerd who went to high school with Joyce Byers and Sheriff Hopper who is now the manager of the Hawkins RadioShack.