It's finally official, Netflix's hit triller Stranger Things will be coming back for a second season next year. Insiders tell Variety "that work on the second season has already been underway for quite some time". "And with so many really falling in love with season one, and people who haven't really seen episodes of season one just yet, let's focus on season one right now", he said. "Accompanied by the show's memorable theme music, the teaser reveals a list of mysterious phrases that are nearly certainly episode titles". There are nine titles, meaning the new season has one more episode than season 1.
They've also shared this mysterious teaser, which says "The adventure will continue fall 1984". It starred Winona Ryder in her first major TV role, and costarred David Harbour, Matthew Modine, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo, Natalia Dyer, Joe Keery and Charlie Heaton. (Though, Netflix could try to capitalize on the series success and schedule Season 2's debut in the first half of the year instead).
Promising to have most of the cast back, creators the Duffer Brothers promise new characters, new places but a return to the Upside Down.
But have no fear: the Season Two trailer is here!
To accommodate the growing scope of Stranger Things, one must venture outside of just Hawkins, Indiana to find some odd (r) things than last season. What do you hope to see happen? Seeing as Season 1 ended in the winter of 1983, almost a year will have passed for Will Byers and his friends when Season 2 premieres.
"Stranger Things" will return in 2017.