Nothing strange here, really.
The official announcement was made recently, however, this was totally expected for a while now, as in August Stranger Things creators, the Duffer Brothers, confirmed they are working on brand new set of episodes.
The show, set in the 1980s in a small town of Hawkins, Indiana, where, literally, strange things happen, apparently reached a whooping 15.8 million US viewers in the first 3 days of release in 2016, bound to be an instant hit.
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The second season, streaming on Netflix since October 2017, is still living up to our expectations with its weird apocalyptic storyline.
The first season of Stranger Things focuses on a missing boy and his friends’ quest to find him, while encountering several supernatural events, as well as befriending a girl with psychokinetic abilities, who eventually helps them rescue the young boy. Second season then shows the characters a year later, trying to return to their normal lives, dealing with the aftermath of the events happening in season one.
There’s nothing out yet on what the 3rd season will bring, but according to the Duffers, the series could only last for 4 seasons: “We’re thinking it will be a four-season thing and then out. We just have to keep adjusting the story.”
If they “manage to justify something bad happening to them once a year”, they add.
Because, they say, it’s ridiculous: “They’re going to have to get the fuck out of this town!”
With weird happenings like this, we’re surprised how come they’re not all out of Hawkins already!
If you haven’t seen Stranger Things yet, you’re missing out. Go Binge!