Your First Look at 'Stranger Things' Season Two Is Finally Here

They ain't afraid of no ghosts.

Given that the first series of Stranger Things was released on Netflix in July, we're guessing that we'll have to wait until summer (at least) for season two to arrive. Still, the teaser trailer is coming much sooner than you might expect, with Entertainment Weekly confirming it will air in the ad breaks for the Super Bowl tonight.

The site has also shared a sneak peek, and it's pretty adorable. A photo shows Dustin, Mike and Lucas at school, dressed up in Ghostbusters costumes. There's no sign of Will, who closed the last series by coughing up some kind of slug, but we do know he's been upgraded to a series regular now that he's out of the upside down.

We know little else about series two, except that it will be "bigger and potentially darker," according to director Shawn Levy, speaking to Vanity Fair. He added:

We're hoping that core includes Eleven who, at the end of series one, said "Goodbye, Mike," and disappeared. Our hearts.

When that teaser airs tonight, we'll be putting down the nachos for juuust a second to look out for her - or any sign she's coming back - because it just ain't Stranger Things without Eleven.

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