Though it would have been crazy not to do so, Netflix has officially announced a second season of Stranger Things. One of the streaming service's most successful original series of all time will return in 2017. The announcement comes after more than a month of fans agonizingly waiting to see what's to come next after a stunning '80s-fueled first eight episodes.
Of course, the show creators have done their best to calm our nerves, saying they were planning on making another season.
"We're saying a Season Two would actually be more of a sequel and there would be a new main tension, and we would, in one way or another, resolve that tension at the end," Ross Duffer explained last month. "And so the idea became this sequel. We're leaving a few threads to revisit. It's almost treating it more like a big movie."
It looks like this sequel will consist of nine episodes (one more than last season!), and the Duffer Brothers will return as writers and executive producers, according to Variety. No casting has been confirmed for Season Two.
They've also shared this mysterious teaser, which says "The adventure will continue fall 1984." Now just figure out what the rest of this means.
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