The trailer of Netflix series Stranger Things Season 1 debuted to a mass of excited fans waiting for the nostalgia-driven thrill. It was about the bunch of kids in the 80s who get involved in a terrifying mystery surrounding a telekinetic girl, and a monster who was unleashed onto their small town. People who binged watched and loved the show’s first season are now anxious if it’ll get a second season.
The first season had receivedan overwhelmingly positive response, and therefore fans are waiting for Netflix to pick up the second season. Here area couple of things you need to know aboutStranger Thingssecond season:
When the series premiered on Netflix, actor Matthew Modine seemed quite certain that fans will get to see more of theStrange Things.He was speaking to aFrench-language movie news site named Premiere when he said:“Oh, there will be a season two.” Modine had also informed that the show was indeed envisioned on the onsetas an ongoing series and not a stand-alone miniseries.
Sequel, Not Second Season
Stranger Things co-creatorMatt Duffer speaking to IGN revealed that nay follow-up would be best described as a“sequel” than a “second season.”
In a subsequent interview,producer Shawn Levy addresses the concern saying: “The plan is to continue with this set of characters while introducing a few critical key new ones next season. So I’ll just say that a lot of the big mysteries get answered at the end of Season 1, but we are very much kind of unearthing new problems and questions that merit future stories and future investigation in the most enjoyable way. So we are in love with our cast and our characters. Things end up being resolved to some extent at the end of Season 1, but not entirely,” continued Levy. “And that’s why we’re so hopeful we get another few seasons to live with these people a little longer.”
As of now, we haveno premiere date for the second season ofStranger Things. But if Netflix wants to make a second season, they’ll have to move fast because the young cast can look very different in very little time.