‘Daredevil’ season 2, ‘Stranger Things’ set to air at midnight on Netflix

It’s a season finale that’s a must-see for Netflix fans everywhere. 

We already knew that the next season of Daredevil and the upcoming Stranger Things season 2 would air on Netflix at midnight tonight, but now the official description on the Netflix website has us excited. 

“Stranger things are coming home!” the description reads.

“You’re in for a big surprise! 

Season 2 of the hit Netflix series is here!

Stranger thing in town. 

A little boy in his early 20s (Colin O’Donoghue) finds himself with a mysterious stranger who seems to have a thing for him. 

His mysterious visitor is a woman who, while he’s trying to figure out his true parentage, also seems to possess supernatural powers. 

This mysterious visitor may have more sinister motives than you think.”

That last part might be a hint that the season 2 finale will be the end of an entirely new storyline that takes place before the original series ended. 

Netflix’s description also makes a note of how it feels like Netflix is bringing back the “stranger things” character from the first season of Stranger Things. 

The series ended with a cliffhanger and then a return to normalcy, and the new series follows on with a new season. 

It’s a very exciting time for Stranger Things fans. 

Stranger Thing season 1 was a massive success that ended with the final moments of the show’s original series. 

While the series was based on a comic book, the Netflix description also says the series is going back to its original format, where the main characters are human teenagers in their teens who have the ability to travel back in time and have adventures. 

In the first episode of Stranger Than Fiction, Finn and Jake meet “Stranger Girl” (played by the brilliant Molly Shannon) and learn she’s a teenage girl with a super powers.

She’s also the daughter of Dr. Henry Winkler, who has been imprisoned in the past for his role in the mysterious disappearance of his wife. 

When the show is back on Netflix, it’ll be at 11:35 p.m.

ET on Saturday, September 13.