Stranger Things announces Season 2 Super Bowl spot with new photo

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May 2, 2017, 3:10 PM EDT (Updated)

Ever since last summer -- when we all couldn't get enough of Demogorgons, Eggos and the Upside Down -- we've been waiting for more Stranger Things, and while we still have to wait for the full second season, the first footage will be here in a matter of hours.

The Netflix original series, fresh off a much-memed Screen Actors Guild Award for the cast, announced on Friday that it would be among the many movies and shows lighting up the commercial breaks during Super Bowl LI on Sunday. We have no idea how long the spot will be, or when exactly to expect it during the broadcast, but we did get a new photo of Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) and Mike (Finn Wolfhard) rockin' some very character-appropriate Halloween costumes. Check it out.

We still don't know much about Season 2 apart from a few character details and episode titles, and I doubt the secretive series will let too many plot details spill on Sunday. Still, we're one step closer to our trip back to Hawkins, so get excited.

Super Bowl LI coverage kicks off on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. on FOX. We'll post the Stranger Things trailer as soon as it's available.

(Via EW)