Netflix has officially renewed 'Stranger Things' for a third season

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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. "They're going to be nearly a year older by the time we start shooting season three". If you haven't seen it yet, you need to watch it. The second season of "Stranger Things" has been available to stream via Netflix since October 27. Like the first season, it has a almost flawless rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and some fans even said the second season was much better than the first.

The first season proved to a be a big hit after receiving 18 Emmy nominations, and winning five those. Netflix is making a killing off the series, which will likely lead to a renegotiation between the show's young breakout cast and the company. Creators Matt and Ross Duffer have said they plan to end the series after four seasons. Be sure to tell us your thoughts in the comment section! The season ended with the Snow Ball Dance and a shot from the other world of the creature known as the Mind Flayer looming over the Hawkins middle school.

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"It provides certain challenges", he added. It forces you to do a time jump. Instead, as Matt explained, the show will just evolve and change with the kids. The closest example is Harry Potter. I mean that in a good way. That's what I'm excited about.