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Netflix confirms 'Stranger Things' will be back for third season

Netflix confirms 'Stranger Things' will be back for third season

Not that there was much doubt, but it is now official: Netflix's sci-fi homage to all things 80s is returning with a third season. But, what about his dad?

According to the report, fans should not expect the same formula for Season 3 as the creators shared that there will be some time jump due to the nature of the young cast.

Here's hoping poor Will has an easier time this go around.

The brothers later walked back that statement, saying it's too soon to settle on and end date but they plan to have at least four seasons.

It's also been teased that Brenner is still alive, which would pose a fresh threat for Eleven, who was seen to be taking on her true name Jane and getting adopted by Hopper at the end of season two. "It wasn't meant to be a seven-season thing". Plus, they've been through enough together at this point that there's no reason to not team up and work through it all as a large group. Gaten Matarazxzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer and Charlie Heaton have also starred in the Netflix original series since season one. It will be interesting to see if they are still together when the show returns and what that might look like as an actual relationship. "We got to use more Erica'-that was one of the first things we said in the writers' room [for 3]", Ross told Yahoo. The good news is that a Season 3 is coming, but, of course, we're going to have to wait a little while for it. "I love the fact that they're going through adolescence". Netflix described the original season of Strangers Things as, "A love letter to the '80s classics that captivated a generation, Stranger Things is set in 1983 in, where a young boy vanishes into thin air".