‘Stranger Things’ Star David Harbour Reveals Why He’s ‘Terrified’ About Season 2

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After having such success with season 1 of Stranger Things, the pressure is on to deliver in season 2. While we won’t get to actually watch the next season until October, we already have a taste of what’s to come.

The first pictures from Season 2 have been released, as well as the first trailer. What we do know is that things are totally upside down and you should be scared.

Even the cast is scared of the future, and we totally get it.

“We’re completely terrified,” David Harbour told TVGuide.com recently.

Harbour plays the local police chief Jim Hopper on the Netflix series, and based on all the hype from the first season, he says everyone is nervous about what’s to come.

“We want it to be even better than Season 1,” he explained.

That being said, Harbour has confidence in the cast and with their track record we tend to agree with him.

“If we do our jobs, I feel like we have a really exciting season ahead of us,” he told the publication.

Stranger Things season 2 will return to a world that is one year later and a lot has changed. Not only will there be a few new faces, but scary things are taking over the town and it’s just another reason to be “terrified.”

What do you hope to see when the show returns?

Stranger Things will return to Netflix on Halloween, but until then you can always re-watch Season 1.