2016 New York Comic Con - Day 2"Stranger Things" is only getting stranger!

The stars of the Netflix retro drama, David Harbour (Hopper) and Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven), teased the upcoming second season at New York Comic Con — and we already can't wait to see it.

"We did get the first couple scripts and it's insane," Harbour said during a panel discussion. The actors couldn't say much, of course, but did reveal some juicy tidbits. For instance, as creators Matt and Ross Duffer have already promised, there is justice for (very much dead) Barb!

"We do deal with the loose ends," Harbour noted. "And we do deal with some of the internet rage over Barb's death." (He also joked that he was dressing as Barb for Halloween.)

Also on the docket for season 2? More of the love triangle with Nancy (Natalie Dyer), Steve (Joe Keery), and Jonathan (Charlie Heaton).

"Even when I was watching I felt torn," Harbor said of his loyalties. "They both were so three dimensional ... There will be more of that for seasons to come."

While Brown refused to confirm her participation in the second season, she hopes to get a different flavor of Eggos. "Maybe next time they'll be all blueberry, her favorite flavor," she said.

"Stranger Things" season 2 will stream on Netflix sometime in 2017.


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