If you weren’t already aware, Netflix’s acclaimed paranormal series Stranger Things returns Oct. 27 for another trip to the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana.
Creators Matt and Ross Duffer told Rolling Stone that their pitch for a retro show starring four young kids (at least one of whom might just be more than she seems) was “rejected 15 to 20 times by various networks,” but the surprise sleeper hit of 2016 was so popular that the streaming giant has already greenlit a third season.
Netflix is pulling out all the stops on social media in the weeks leading up to Season 2. Last month, the show’s official Twitter account began giving fans more of what they want by launching a weekly recap of each episode of the first season under the hashtag #StrangerThursdays, and tying each episode to a classic ’80s film.
Even more impressive, the art team at the show has paid homage to each film’s original poster art while placing the Stranger Things cast members in its universe. The tweets also include copy referencing the movies that inspired them.
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