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are arguably the two biggest genre shows on television right now and share equally fervent fan bases. So when it came time to tackle one of the biggest obstacles for season 2 of
, the show’s producers decided to ask advice from the HBO monster hit. “We literally consulted with the producers on
to learn security protocols,” say executive producer Shawn Levy (
was basically shot in a bubble without much concern for leaks or paparazzi. But all that has changed for season 2. “I just knew I used to throw my sides away and now they have to be burnt,” says co-creator Ross Duffer of his daily shooting notes. Adds Levy, “We had no security protocols last season and we have extensive security protocols this season. I can’t speak about what they are because then people could crack them. We protect every story point, every page of every script.”
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Even the cast is cloaked in secrecy. “Now we have a code name [for the show],” says Millie Bobby Brown who plays Eleven. “And now I have a code name! It’s this weird thing. On the call sheets our names are across it and if we lose it, we’re dead.” But are you ever really dead on
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