"I always thought stuff like this happened in movies and comic books."
Calling all Stranger Things fanatics! You've already binged the show like 764 times, so surely you're a total expert on the hit Netflix sci-fi series, right? Stranger Things has been the paranormal phenomenon hitting our Netflix screens, and with the release of Season 2, everyone was on the edge of their seats waiting to see what was going to happen to our Demogorgon-fighting kids. You've watched it. You've cried for Bob. You've proclaimed your love for Steve Harrington. You've seen it all: A mysterious pet, a Zoomer, and lots of tunnels. But how well do you remember season two of Stranger Things? If you're a Stranger Things fan, this quiz should be a breeze. No pressure, but if you don't pass this quiz, either the Demogorgon or the Mind Flayer will attack you! Can you really recall the Netflix show's important little details? It's time to test your knowledge of both minor and important facts, such as the name of where Joyce Byers works and what happened to Hopper's daughter. Take the quiz and find out now!
Wondering how well you can do on this Stranger Things quiz? Stranger Things is hit Netflix sci-fi thriller that takes place in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana. The show stars, to name a few, Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), and Will (Noah Schnapp). The nation fell in love with Stranger Things and it's Eggo waffle-loving telekinetic Eleven. And if you're as obsessed as we are, you're probably trying to figure out how well you remember Season 2 with our Stranger Things quiz! Take this fun Stranger Things trivia quiz to find out if you remember Season 2, really!
Want to know more about Stranger Things? Well, did you know that Stranger Things almost wasn't called that? Yes! According to the creators of the show, Stranger Things was originally supposed to be called Montauk, after a real town in Long Island.
Also, The Montauk Project inspired the show! Allegedly, a government experiment took place in the early '80s and involved kidnapping kids from Long Island to experiment on them.
The real name for the Upside Down is actually Nether, but the name stuck after so many people calling it that on set.
Joe Keery made his character a lot more likable! Steve was originally supposed to be a lot more unpleasant and obnoxious, but Keery's lovable charm steered the character in the direction it is today.
Now, if you want more Stranger Things quizzes, we're always adding more here! Until then, take this Stranger Things Season 2 trivia quiz!