The cast of Netflix's "Stranger Things" owned the red carpet at the 2017 Golden Globe Awards. Season 1 was nominated for Best Television Series, Drama; and Winona Ryder was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Drama. The young stars dazzled in their glamorous attire, but 41-year-old David Harbour (Chief Hopper) quipped that it was a big deal just for him to put on deodorant and pants.
While on the People and Entertainment Weekly live pre-show, Harbour reacted to the massive buzz the series earned after it debuted last summer, admitting he feels pressure to meet the high expectations for Season 2:
"I love it, it's very strange. I was terrified the first season because it was a role I had never been given the chance to play — this heroic sort of character. Now I am more terrified to go into Season 2 because I feel that pressure. I think that we did a really nice job with Season 1. I think we all feel like we want to step it up and make Season 2 richer and more interesting. So we got a tough road ahead."
Winona Ryder told E! the fan outpouring for "Stranger Things" has been "overwhelming in a wonderful, beautiful way." Ryder said the cast is sworn to secrecy when it comes to sharing 2017 plot points, but she also added that it helps her performance not to know what's coming.
So far, we know Season 2 is meant to fast-forward a little bit into the 1980s, show us more of the Upside Down, and give Nancy a wild new '80s hairdo. (Actress Natalia Dyer looks pretty normal in the Jan. 6 photo above.)
For now, the stars seem to be enjoying their fame, and the young'uns even got Photobombed by Jaime Lannister at the Globes:
— Fandom (@getfandom) January 8, 2017
Top that! "Stranger Things" will arrive on Netflix later in 2017.
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