The long-awaited second season of Stranger Things has not yet been release, and Ross and Matt Duffer, co-creator of the horror and 80’s nostalgia series, have already confirmed in an interview with Volture a third season.
Netflix didn’t have to wait for Stranger Things’ next season’s performance numbers. The overwhelming success of the first part of the series and the incredible response to the trailers of season 2 trailers have been more than enough to approve the production of a third installment.
And as if this wasn’t good enough, the Duffer brother have also suggested the possibility of a fourth season. “We’re thinking it will be a four-season thing and then out,” Matt Duffer said in the interview. “We just have to keep adjusting the story,” added his brother Matt Duffer. “Though I don’t know if we can justify something bad happening to them once a year.”
As for the still-not-released second season, the Duffer brothers hope it feels more like the sequel of a movie than the continuation of a TV show. That’s why the second part of Stranger Things had to be “a little bit bigger.”
Season one ended with Will Byers back on Earth after being trapped in the Upside Down with a Demogorgon. The final scene suggests that Will accidentally brought with him the terrifying monster into our dimension, although we still have many questions that the trailers of the second season haven’t been able to solve.
It looks like we’ll have to wait until Stranger Things returns to Netflix on October 27 to get some answers.