The actress couldn't say much about the Netflix series' upcoming sophomore season when she was interviewed at Sunday's MTV Movie and TV Awards -- where she won Best Actor in a Show for her portrayal of Eleven -- but she did share a few clues. Not only did she promise it would be "very good, very funny," she indicated that there will be big changes, as InStyle reports.
"It's very dark," she said. "It's a lot different from Season 1; you're going to like it a lot more than Season 1."
With Netflix being extra secretive this season, she didn't give away any more information than that, especially not the murky fate of her character.
"You've just got to watch it," she said.
That goes without saying. We need to know definitively what happened to Eleven, not to mention catch up with the rest of the Hawkins gang. Season 2 will deal with fallout from Season 1, picking up a year after where we left off.
Netflix will unveil its newest "Stranger Things" episodes on Halloween.