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– by Joseph Jammer Medina

Without a doubt, everyone on Netflix are flying high on the positive reception surrounding Stranger Things 2. For a follow-up to an already-stellar show, it mostly managed to deliver the experience fans were hoping for.

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As far as the future goes for the show, the Duffer Brothers (the series’ creators) have made it clear that their plans will likely last a total of four or five seasons. One of its stars, Millie Bobby Brown, hopes that the show will last on the longer side of things, as she revealed to Variety.

“I would like five seasons, but maybe that’s just being me because I don’t want the show to end ever. But I’m realistic. I’m realistically saying season four, but I hope to go on through season five.”

Indeed while Stranger Things 2 certainly had a pretty happy and satisfying ending, there is a whole lot more to be addressed in the coming seasons. Between the questions behind Eleven’s past, and the fate of the Shadow Monster, they still have many questions left unanswered for fans.

But is it enough to last a full five seasons of television? Perhaps. But if the Duffer Brothers find themselves wanting for inspiration, here’s hoping that they’ll know when to call it quits.

How many seasons of Stranger Things do you want? Let us know down below!

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SOURCE: Variety

  • Moby85

    Four seasons? Maybe? What I want is them to plan out the end-point of the series. Don’t extend it past it’s “best before” date. Don’t get greedy and sabotage the content.

    • Correct, they need to plan their end game and scope it out from there now.

      • Ben Alexander

        plenty of shows are guilty of that, Sopranos, Buffy, Angel, That 70’s Show, 3rd Rock from the Sun to name but a few. Sometimes Less really is more….

  • secretAGENTman

    4 seasons is good, 5 is fine too.
    Just have a final end story in sight.
    Create a new series with the Test Kids.
    Send 008, 011 etc out to find the rest.
    Creating a new powers vs monster world.

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer’s always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he’s always been something of a story junkie.