'Stranger Things' is already headed for a third season

Stranger Things Season 3 Confirmed, Directors Hope to End at 4

Stranger Things 3 almost sure thing; Netflix series could end after season 4

Don't fret: The second season of the hit Netflix show returns October 27, but while we wait, we now know there's more to look forward to than we thought. Series co-creators Matt and Ross Duffer just confirmed a third season of the nostalgic 1980s sci-fi thriller, and a fourth (and final, sigh) season will likely follow. Ross says that the brothers want to make each new Stranger Things story more epic than the first, setting the bar high for future seasons. "They're going to have to get the f- out of this town!" he laughed.

According to the brothers, Netflix has already renewed the series for a third season.

Stranger Things is now one of the most popular shows Netflix has put out.

Back in February, the brotherly duo said they were planning on the series running for about four to five seasons, however, that was subject to change. Season 2 will supposedly be taking place about a year after the events of the previous run of episodes and will look to have the same pace and generate the same kind of atmosphere as previous episodes. When asked about the possibility of a Season 3, the Duffers confirm that it's already gotten a green light, and is definitely happening.

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All good things must come to an end. As for what the upcoming season has in store, the Duffer brothers previously said that the second season will be bigger in scope and will feel similar to a movie sequel.

So don't be surprised if the new season is called Stranger Things 2 when it hits the streaming service later on this year.

"Stranger Things" fans may only have a few more seasons left in Hawkins, Indiana.

Fans of the show will be even more pleased to know that the brothers reckon there will be another two seasons. The series could probably go on forever if The Duffer's wanted, but it's wise for them to think about it smaller terms so that they know exactly where to take the story and how to end it.

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