Cue the tweets, because a new "Stranger Things" Season 2 trailer is here, meaning everyone has something to say.

Shortly after Netflix debuted the first full trailer at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, the streamer released it online to the general public. Almost immediately, Twitter started buzzing. On top of the general excitement about the upcoming season, people were ecstatic to hear Michael Jackson's "Thriller" used. So far, the consensus seems to be that "Stranger Things" + "Thriller" = true Twitter love forever.

The upcoming season will continue with more eerie developments in Hawkins, Indiana. We'll pick up a year after the events of Season 1 and see the gang -- especially Will (Noah Schnapp) -- dealing with the aftermath of what happened and scary problems. The cast has been warning us that there were dark developments to come, and the trailer shows they weren't joking.

"Stranger Things" Season 2 premieres Oct. 27 on Netflix.

[via: Twitter]

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Stranger Things
NETFLIXTV14July 15, 2016
Based on 33 critics

When a boy disappears, his friends, family and police are drawn into a mystery as they seek answers. Read More

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