Finn Wolfhard, left, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin in "Stranger Things 2."There are more&nbsp;Eggo waffles and Easter eggs&nbsp;to be devoured when "Stranger&nbsp;Things" returns for another season this weekend. And fans are getting a seat at the table because the series is getting an official after-show.&nbsp;"Beyond Stranger Things" will rehash each episode of Netflix's sci-fi series in a round-table discussion&nbsp;-- strategically set up around a&nbsp;Dungeons &amp; Dragons board game -- with the show's creators&nbsp;Matt and Ross&nbsp;Duffer, executive producer Shawn Levy, as well as the series' cast and writers.REVIEW:&nbsp;'Stranger Things' returns with new tales of terror from the Upside DownActor and super-fan Jim Rash will host the show, touching on the inspiration for the spooky series, behind-the-scenes stories and analysis of "Stranger Things 2," which begins streaming Friday.&nbsp;All seven episodes&nbsp;of "Beyond Stranger Things"&nbsp;will premiere on the same day.Viewers are advised to watch Season 2 in its entirety before&nbsp; watching the after-show to avoid major spoilers, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The after-show will automatically begin playing once viewers complete the final episode of Season 2."Beyond Stranger Things" is the streaming giant's first go at after-show programming and is billed as a Netflix original series. It is produced by Embassy Row, which produced Netflix's "Jerry Before Seinfeld" comedy special and currently produces AMC's "Walking Dead" and "Better Call Saul" after-shows, "Talking Dead" and "Talking Saul," respectively.Watch a sneak peek of&nbsp;the new series below.