…and it’s going to cause Eleven trouble


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On Beyond Stranger Things, Ross Duffer said the monster as really mad at Eleven for closing the door on him and, because of that, it might come back to haunt her. 

And there’s more for Eleven: Becoming a teen girl will not be an easy task. “She's becoming a teenager with increasingly intense powers. I could see a lot of things going not so well,” Ross Duffer explained. 

The kids are growing up


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As the Stranger Things kids grow up, the plot will probably focus on them entering high school, going through adolescence and all the drama that goes with it. Matt Duffer told IndieWire they don’t see it as a problem: “I think it’s good, it forces the show to evolve,” he said. “After all, everybody loves a good coming-of-age story.” The fact that the actors are getting older means something else: There will be another time-jump, so the story will not start right after Season 2 wraps up.

The show’s costume designer, Kim Wilcox, hinted the Snow Ball outfits are clues of who the group are becoming in future seasons. “There's a little bit of awkwardness, but it was really fun to see where each boy's personality might take us in the fitting, see what was right for them,” she told E! News.

Will may get a break


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The Duffer Brothers said Will Byers has gotten rid of all things that invaded him while he was in the Upside Down. Noah Schnapp is not too sure of it, though. He told The Hollywood Reporter the idea seems a little strange to him. “There’s this massive monster taking over all of Hawkins, and all you have to do is light a few fires and turn on a few heaters, and he’s gone?” 

The teenagers will continue being, well, teens


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Whether you’re team Jonathan or team Steve (you know who we are rooting for), Nancy still hasn’t made up her mind. Joe Keery told E! News he thinks his character will develop more on Season 3, and the love triangle will keep going.

Joyce and Hopper?


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With Bob gone, Joyce and Hopper will grow even closer. Ross Duffer believes there’s chemistry between those two. “There's definitely something there. Part of it is that they're comfortable with each other, and they've known each other for a long time,” he told Vulture.

A musical episode might happen


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We already know all the kids on the show have musical talent, so maybe a crossover could be in the works? Wolfhard joked that might happen, and he already has ideas for it.

There’s more after Season 3


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The Duffer Brothers are planning to have at least four seasons. “I think, you know, four to five seasons is likely where we'll end up, but who knows?” Ross Duffer told E! News. But nothing is official yet. They have to see where the story goes, and the creators are aware that even more changes will have to be made to adjust to the characters ages. “We just have to keep adjusting the story,” Matt Duffer told Vulture. “Though, I don’t know if we can justify something bad happening to them once a year.” His brother added: “They’re going to have to get the fuck out of this town!”