Even more "Stranger Things" is coming to Netflix!
The streaming serviced officially confirmed a second season of the hit '80s-set supernatural drama, to debut sometime in 2017. It's been a foregone conclusion, since the show was such a huge pop culture smash and creators the Duffer brothers have already been talking about their plans for season 2.
Netflix also teased new episode titles in a video set to the synth-tastic soundtrack, including "Madmax," "The Pumpkin Patch," and "The Lost Brother":
The Duffer brothers also gave an interview to Entertainment Weekly teasing some details about season 2, including the fact that it'll be set in 1984. "I think we talked like a larger time jump where the kids are older now and it's a different decade," Ross Duffer said. "But for us, there's still more story here, there's still things that are unresolved."
They confirmed the returns of Winona Ryder (Joyce), Finn Wolfhard (Mike), and Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), but left the fate of Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) up in the air. However, the second season will introduce four new characters and a setting outside of Hawkins, Indiana.
And perhaps the most intriguing news is that we'll see more of the Upside Down. "We definitely want to explore a little bit more," Matt Duffer said. "There's a lot we don't know about the Upside Down at the end of season 1."
Add to that justice for Barb, and what more could we want?
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