Fans have been waiting for the release of "Stranger Things" Season 2 since its first installment caught the attention of many. As viewers want to see the science fiction drama running to have a lot of chapters, the show's creators Ross and Matt Duffer revealed the only number of seasons it can run on television.
Ross and Matt Duffer foresee "Stranger Things" Season 2 to continue until four to five chapters, but things might still change as the story flows. "I want it to have a really finite ending," the latter told Entertainment Weekly.
Matt Duffer also added that he doesn't want "Stranger Things" Season 2 to be like any other shows that continuously run until viewers get tired of it and lose their interest. The two showrunners are envisioning the web television series to end while it is still on top.
Just like the original installment, the Duffer brothers want "Stranger Things" Season 2 to be like one long movie. "Hopefully you'll come to the end of season 2 and feel fully satisfied and want more but you'll feel like it has come to a conclusion," Ross Duffer explained. However, he added that they have "laid the groundwork for further seasons."
Moreover, Netflix recently dropped new "Stranger Things" Season 2 teaser photos obtained by NME. In the snaps, a newly added character named Max (Sadie Sink) is now seen along with Joyce (Winona Ryder), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) and Will (Noah Schnapp).
In "Stranger Things" Season 2, there is another dark adventure waiting for the Will, Dustin, Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), Mike (Finn Wolfhard) and Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) after the initial was saved from the Upside Down. As explained by Matt Duffer, the character of Noah Schnapp now sees some images from the parallel universe after a year of his return.
However, the big question "Stranger Things" Season 2 will answer is if these imageries Will is seeing are real or not. Netflix is set to drop the nine new episodes of "Stranger Things" Season 2 on Oct. 31.