Season 2 of Netflix‘s Stranger Things isn’t set to debut until October, however, the Duffer Brothers have already confirmed a third season. The duo recently spoke with Vulture, where Ross Duffer stated the series will likely be “a four-season thing and then out.” The third season was said to most likely move outside of Hawkins, Indiana, where the current story takes place. “We just have to keep adjusting the story,” Matt Duffer says. “Though I don’t know if we can justify something bad happening to them once a year.”
A minor detail about the upcoming season 2 was also mentioned, stating it will feel more like a sequel to a movie than a television show. The last we saw the kids, Eleven’s whereabouts are up in the air and Will just left the Upside Down, seemingly bringing something back with him.
Stranger Things’s second season will air on Netflix on October 27.
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