When terrifying supernatural forces once again begin to affect the town of Hawkins, they realize Will's disappearance was only the beginning. And so the adventure continues October 27, 2017 on Netflix.
Stranger Things 2
Final Vision Trailer
Matt Lauer says sorry in statement on firing and sexual misconduct allegations
Journalist Charlie Rose accused of sexual misconduct by 8 women
WRAL promotes its live coverage of the Raleigh Christmas Parade
ABC11 will broadcast this year's Raleigh Christmas Parade
Don't miss this very special marching band at the Raleigh Christmas parade
Fire causes evacuation of WRAL studios
Big Boss Brewing taps 2 'Stranger Things'-inspired beers
So You Think You Can Dance joined Bitty & Beau's baristas for the ultimate dance party!
Santa resigns, a casualty of the Raleigh Christmas parade feud
Clayton's mayor and his mama in promos for new ABC sitcom
Veteran journalist Charlie Rose has been accused of unwanted sexual advances and inappropriate behavior by eight women. In a Washington Post report, three women accused Rose of groping them, walking naked in front of them and relating an erotic dream. PBS has halted distribution of Rose's interview program and CBS News has suspended him.
WRAL’s cameras will be set up at the corner of West Edenton and Hillsborough Streets and will start earlier than WTVD’s coverage – at 9:30 a.m. The two and a half hour broadcast will be commercial free.
The world class dancers from So You Think You Can Dance visited Bitty & Beau's Coffee in Wilmington, N.C. for a dance party. The coffee shop employs 40 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
WRAL-TV broadcast this video featuring a Santa Claus performer promoting the upcoming Raleigh Christmas parade. Unfortunately for Santa, the parade sponsorship switched from WRAL to WTVD and Santa became entangled in the fight over broadcast rights.
Mohu antennas, made by Raleigh based company, were distributed to AT&T U-verse customers at a makeshift drive through in the PNC Arena parking lot in early October. The antennas allow users to view WRAL and WRAZ programming for free as the contract dispute between AT&T and Capital Broadcasting Co. continues.