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‘Stranger Things’ Season 2: See Who’s Returning (Photo)

Tussling with a Demogorgon appears to be all in a day’s work for Eleven, as a cast photo for Season 2 of “Stranger Things” reveals Millie Bobby Brown will return as the Eggo waffle-eating young girl.

Caution: Spoilers ahead for those who haven’t finished watching Season 1.

The show released an upside down photo of some of the cast members for Season 2, a reference to the demon world of the “Upside Down” into which Eleven disappears at the end of Season 1. The table read photo includes many of the usual suspects from Season 2 and adds Dacre Montgomery and Sadie Sink to the equation.

Sink will play Max, a tomboy with a complicated history and a suspicious streak, while Aussie actor Montgomery will play Billy, Max’s charismatic, Camaro-driving older step-brother.

The photo is captioned with the words “back in production see you next year #strangerthings,” also upside down.

While Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, and Natalia Dyer can all be seen pouring over the new script, the photo from the table read does not appear to include any of the adult actors, such as Winona Ryder and David Harbour, from the show.

The photo follows a string of teasers Netflix has released, after they posted some archival newscast footage on Monday in which a news anchor talked about Barb’s disappearance and Eleven’s Eggo-waffle crimes.

“Stranger Things” Season 2 is set to premiere on Netflix in 2017.

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