David Harbour, star of Stranger Things, has teased season 2 of the show in a new interview.
The actor, who plays Chief Hopper in the sci-fi mystery series, answered questions about the second season, which is due to air later on October 31st.
Harbour hinted at what would happen to the character in the second season, along with what else the show had in store.
"Hop starts season 2 in a completely different place than season 1," Harbour revealed. "He saved Will and has found a renewed interest in life.
"So his arc for season 2 in my mind becomes more about butting up against the places where his hero fantasy can't take him. The places where that hero complex may force him to make the wrong decisions. It's a satisfying, completely different journey in season 2."
The actor also claimed that the season would be more fast-paced than the previous, with episodes 4 and 5 filled with “tension”.
“The characters all get to deepen and develop and we get to take on even greater demons (inner and outer)... Episodes 4 and 5 are pretty epic. Last year I felt they were the slowest of the season and this season 4 and 5 are incredible.The story moves so fast in the middle and the tension is so high. They're killer, but I haven't even seen 8 & 9 yet, and they'll likely be even better."
Harbour also hinted that viewers would find out more about Hopper’s favourite music.
"You'll get to see exactly Hop's taste in music this season, so I won't spoil it for you.
"There's a great moment in ep2 where Hop and music are a big thing. And you may get to see him... well, I won't say more. It was very very fun to film though."
Season 2 of Stranger Things will be available in October. Netflix subscribers can watch all of season 1 right now.
Source: Digital Spy