This post contains minor spoilers for Netflix's Stranger Things Season 1.
The first season of Netflix's sci-fi series Stranger Things left us with many questions. Why did Eleven disappear? Are there more monsters hiding out in the Upside Down dimension? Is Barb coming back? Luckily, the creators, the mysterious-sounding Duffer Brothers, were released from whatever underground bunker Netflix was keeping them in to provide some answers.
In a new interview with Variety, the brothers speak candidly about the planning of the show's mythology and tease possibilities of what season two could hold. While the show has yet to be officially renewed for a second season -- come on Netflix, even Lilyhammer got multiple seasons -- the acclaim, fan excitement, and wild speculation surrounding the show suggests that another season is inevitable. Thankfully, it sounds like they have a plan.
"Even with the Upside Down, we have a 30-page document that is pretty intricate in terms of what it all means, and where this monster actually came from, and why aren’t there more monsters " says Ross Duffer in the interview. "We have all this stuff that we just didn’t have time for, or we didn’t feel like we needed to get into in season one, because of the main tension of Will."