Netflix's 'Stranger Things' Picked Up For Season 2

"Stranger Things" is getting a Season 2.

The news was announced on the show's Twitter account on Wednesday.

"The adventure continues. Stranger Things 2 is coming 2017," the message read.

The video that accompanied the tweet featured a mysterious series of words: Madmax, The Boy Who Came Back to Life, The Pumpkin Patch, The Palace, The Storm, The Pollywog, The Secret Cabin, The Brain and The Lost Brother. While the words weren't explained, the year the new season will be set in was revealed – 1984. Season 1 was set in 1983.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the show will continue to take place in Hawkins, Indiana. 

Creator/producers The Duffer brothers told the mag they didn't consider making the series an anthology.

"I don't think we ever thought anthology," Ross Duffer told the mag. "I think we talked like a larger time jump where the kids are older now and it's a different decade. That's something we batted around from the very beginning. But for us, there’s still more story here [in the 1980s], there's still things that are unresolved."

The mag reported fans can "expect" to see Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Joyce (Winona Ryder) and more back, but as for whether or not – SPOILER ALERT -- Eleven (Millie Brown) will return, that remains to be seen.

"We don't know about Eleven,” Ross said. "We leave that up in the air."

-- Jolie Lash

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