Only someone who is literally obsessed with Netflix's hit show Stranger Things will stand a chance of beating this quiz! Do you have what it takes to fight and pass? Or will you succumb to the Demogorgon after all? Let's find out! It's entirely possible that you binge-watched all seasons of Stranger Things within a matter of days (maybe even hours), and are curious to find out what was up in that suspiciously scary town of Hawkins, Indiana. But how much of the show did you actually retain? It's time to test your knowledge of both major and minor facts. If you can tell Nancy apart from Eleven and know where the gate to The Upside Down is located, then you might just scrape by without failing! If you answer enough question correctly, you might just be crowned the Reigning Champ of Stranger Things Trivia. Are you ready to play? To anyone who believes themselves to be a true Stranger Things know-it-all, we have but one request for you: Prove it!
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 both seasons with our Stranger Things quiz! Well, don't fret! We've got you covered. Take this fun Stranger Things trivia quiz to find out if you remember both seasons, really! And trust us, this trivia quiz is definitely a challenge!
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 that was also the inspiration for Amity, the fictional town in Jaws.
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.
While Joyce' ended up using the Christmas lights to communicate with Will and find the monster, it was actually supposed to be Nancy, Jonathan and Steve who used them.
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.
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