Unless you’ve been living under a rock this summer, you’ve probably heard of Netflix’s addictively spooky Stephen King-esque series Stranger Things.
And if you haven’t, we suggest you take the rest of the day off to binge it. I’m sure your boss will understand.
The eight-episode 80s-throwback series about a boy’s disappearance and the supernatural mysteries uncovered thereafter spawned a million memes and spoofs, and even a font generator.
The creators would be pretty stupid to not make a second season after it easily became one of the most popular shows of the summer, but this morning, fans had their prayers answered.
Netflix confirmed that the show will return for a second season, this time with nine episodes.
And to top it off, they released this fittingly cryptic trailer.
“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. In the fall of 1984…the adventure continues,” the trailer reads.
What does it all mean? We have literally no idea. But we can’t wait to find out.
2017, we’re ready for you.