In what was probably the easiest decision ~ever~ made, Netflix announced this morning that Stranger Things has been renewed for season two. Say it with us now, "DUH!"
There's good news and bad news, though. The good news? The show's second season will consist of a whopping nine episodes, a slight increase from the first season's eight episodes. But sadly, we'll have to wait until some time in 2017 to get the justice for Barb we've been promised.
According to a teaser trailer released by Netflix, season two will take place roughly a year after the events of season one—more specifically in fall 1984. Details are scarce surrounding the new batch of episodes, but the Duffer brothers teased to EW.com that all your favorite major players will be returning, with the exception of Eleven, whose fate they would not reveal. There will also be a trip back to the Upside Down and a setting outside of Hawkins, Indiana.
This teaser trailer is feeding our obsession for now, but we're going to need more scoop *fast*.