‘Stranger Things’ spills some secrets
Companion volume offers hints to Season 3
Netflix has a small treat for “Stranger Things” fans this Halloween.
Sure, a bigger treat would be a whole new season of the hit supernatural series, but while fans wait for Season 3 to arrive, they can tide themselves over with “Stranger Things: Worlds Turned Upside Down” (Del Rey, 223 pp.), the official companion book to the Netflix series.
Part coffee table book and part behind-the-scenes narrative, “Worlds” melds beautiful artwork from the series with details about the production that are almost as magical as the show itself. We picked out five of the most interesting tidbits, plus some exciting new hints about what’s to come in Season 3.
The original title for the series was ‘Montauk’
Down that have sprouted all over Hawkins, the spores in the air are dandelion seeds.
A personal appeal to director Ivan Reitman allowed the gang to dress as Ghostbusters in Season 2.