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“Stranger Things” Season 3 Confirmed

Stranger Things
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If you aren’t hyped enough for Season 2 of Stranger Things, then maybe this news will amp you up a bit: Season 3 has been confirmed.

In an interview with Vulture, the show-runners, Matt and Ross Duffer, talk about their plans for Season 2 and how much longer they want to go.

“I don’t want to call it season two, I just want it to feel like a movie sequel,” Ross Duffer recounts in the interview when asked about Season 2. “If you have a successful movie, No. 2 is always a little bit bigger.”

Some doors can’t be closed. #StrangerThings2 arrives on October 27.

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The Duffer brothers confirmed Season 3, and even said that they want to do four seasons before calling it quits. If their plan follows through, the last season should show the kids of Stranger Things getting ready for college.

“We just have to keep adjusting the story,” says Matt Duffer about the story-line. “Though I don’t know if we can justify something bad happening to them once a year.”

“They’re going to have to get the f*ck out of this town!” adds Ross. “It’s ridiculous!”

If you haven’t seen Stranger Things before (*gasp*), the show is set in Indiana in the ‘80s, and follows a group of kids looking for their friend who mysteriously disappeared, a telekinetic girl named Eleven, a creepy scientist, and the alternate dimension, the Upside Down. There’s also fan-favorite Barb.

Season 2 will drop Oct. 27 on Netflix.

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