Netflix has released a new promo for Bill Nye’s new series Bill Nye Saves The World that features the science guy commenting on the science of the Upside Down, the shadow realm from Netflix’s smash hit series Stranger Things.
In the video, Nye explains the multiverse theory as he offers his thoughts on the explanation of the dark dimension provided to the boys by their science teacher, Mr. Clarke (Randy Havens), in the fifth chapter of season one, “The Flea and The Acrobat”. You can watch it below.
All 13 episodes of Bill Nye Saves The World are currently available to stream on Netflix.
Stranger Things was created by Matt and Ross Duffer aka The Duffer Brothers, the sci-fi horror series about the mysterious disappearance of a young boy in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana was directed and produced by The Duffers under their Monkey Massacre banner along with co-executive producer’s Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen of 21 Laps Entertainment.
The Duffer Brothers also wrote the series with Justin Doble, Jessie Nickson-Lopez, Paul Dichter, Jessica Mecklenburg, Alison Tatlock and Kate Trefry.
Stranger Things stars Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, and Noah Schnapp.
The adventure continues in the fall of 1984 when season 2 hits Netflix this Halloween as the world is turning upside down.
‘Stranger Things’: Top 11 Moments Of Season 1
Netflix’s smash hit Stranger Things became an instant pop culture phenomenon after its debut last July. The Netflix Original not only pays homage to ’80s pop culture, Stranger Things actually lives up to its predecessors and deserves a place next to them on the shelf. Chances are you, or someone you know is completely obsessed with the show.
Now that we’ve seen the teaser, the wait is going to be even more arduous. To help fill the void as we begin the long wait for Stranger Things season 2, I’ve put together a list of the top 11 moments from the show.
Click Next to start the list! (FULL SPOILERS, OF COURSE)