Netflix renews 'Stranger Things' for season three

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The freakish and popular streaming drama series "Stranger Things" is getting a third season, Netflix announced Friday.

Recently, The Duffer Brothers said that it's "very early days on season three and we're still figuring it out", but Netflix's announcement means they probably have a lot more worked out now. "So hold tight baby darts - season 3 is officially happening", Netflix tweeted.

But those numbers would make "Stranger Things" one of the most popular television shows in the United States, not far behind AMC's hit show "The Walking Dead".

Not only did we meet Lucas' family last season, but we also met Dustin's (Gaten Matarazzo), though it appeared his family contained just him and his mother.

"We don't actually know", Ross told E! at the Season 2 premiere. Straight up. STRANGER THINGS is pure fun. A+. What was your favorite part of season two?

As for what Stranger Things Season 3 might look like?

STRANGER THINGS 2: Ladies and gentlemen, that's how you do it: no bullshit, balls to the wall entertainment. It was never a matter of if they were going to continue Stranger Things, but more a matter of when.

The Duffer brothers revealed to IndieWire that there will be a time jump - with the series focusing on the character's journeys through adolescence. Season one was nominated for 18 Primetime Emmy Awards and won five, and the cast shared this year's SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. However, with a little over a year between the first two seasons, there's a chance fans could see the next season before the end of 2018.

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