Although "Stranger Things" hasn't yet been renewed by Netflix officially, it is almost guaranteed that it will. The show has gotten good reviews for their first season; hence a second season of the show is definitely inevitable.
"Stranger Things" has now been listed as one of the top shows to watch for the summer and the creators of the show, the Duffer brothers, are very overwhelmed. In an interview conducted by IGN, the brothers shared how happy they were for the positive response that the show has been getting. Despite coming only from a small team, it has been a huge success.
The executive producers surely confirmed that the second season is definitely happening when they started talking about the show's next installment. Matt Duffer said that news of the second season of "Stranger Things" wasn't announced during the Television Critics Association, but it's already around the corner.
When asked about where they will be picking up for the second season premiere, Matt Duffer said they are going to have to take a one-year time jump. Even though they might want to pick it up where they left it on the finale of the first season, it just wasn't feasible.
There have been more updates about each of the characters on the "Stranger Things", revealed mostly by the cast themselves who are portraying those roles. According to Mirror, many of the cast gave out a few details about what is in store for them.
Actor David Harbour talked about Hopper's cancer story and how there is more to it than what is let on. Meanwhile, actor Caleb Mclaughlin also slipped out about the father of his character, Lucas. In addition, Matt Duffer expressed his interest in building up more female characters with strong drive and strong personalities.
The Duffer brothers also shared their interest in wanting to create a video game in reference to "Stranger Things," and sell merchandise as well. As a matter of fact, some of the fans already started that out for them.