Watch: First Teaser for 'Stranger Things' Season 2, and Here's When It's Back

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First look at "Stranger Things" season two. Netflix

Stranger Things fans, there is both good and bad news from the Upside Down.

Netflix debuted the first look of the breakout hit's second season Sunday night during the Super Bowl. The streaming giant also announced that it won't return until Halloween on October 31—over a year after the series first launched in July 2016.

Watch the teaser below:

Stranger Things season two takes place a year after missing Will Byers was found. Life in Hawkins, Indiana, has returned to relative normality, but, Netflix teases, "a darkness lurks just beneath the surface," threatening to haunt the small town once again.

The Super Bowl spot teases breakout star Millie Bobby Brown's resurrection as Eleven, who appeared to die during season one. There was also a glimpse of the Stranger Things kids sporting Ghostbusters costumes.

Season one of Stranger Things was a pastiche of the works from well-known 1980s horror legends John Carpenter and Stephen King. Ghostbusters , released in 1984, fits perfectly into that wheelhouse.