Stranger Things season one was a full blown phenomenon that took the TV-viewing world by storm in summer 2016. "Stranger Things" Season 2 arrived 15 months after the first season, and the brothers were able to release it just before Halloween. I believe they call this a "critical and commercial success". Netflix is making a killing off the series, which will likely lead to a renegotiation between the show's young breakout cast and the company. It had earned a whopping 18 nominations, including one for 13-year-old breakout star Millie Bobby Brown. Speaking to Vulture, Ross Duffer said: "We're thinking it will be a four-season thing and then out".
Last year, we had a lot of little cliffhangers at the end of the season.
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Given how Season 2 ended, with the revelation that not only did the Shadow Monster survive, but was growing stronger, it should be a no-brainer that the series would continue.
"It provides certain challenges", he added. It forces the show to evolve and change, because the kids are changing. "Beyond that, it becomes I think very unlikely".
And those claims proved to be true, as the streaming service confirmed today that we'll get to see more from our favourite sci-fi show.