The Netflix original series Stranger Things has been dominating office conversations, Facebook feeds and television screens ever since the show’s eight-episode first season dropped on the streaming service.
The show dishes up a serious dose of 80s nostalgia (hello, kids riding around on bikes at night) with a side dish of supernatural mystery: a series of strange and terrifying events start occuring in the small town of Hawkins after a young boy goes missing.
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While the first season left many questions unanswered (where is Eleven? What's wrong with Will? Where the heck did Hopper go in that car?), there's one major thing fans want to know: when does season two drop?
While the show hasn't officially been green-lit, Netflix bosses admit they'd be "dumb not to" renew it for a season. And now, the show's creators -- Matt and Ross Duffer -- have revealed how season two might turn out.