When everyone binge-watched Stranger Things during the summer of 2016, the question quickly became: When can we have Stranger Things Season 2?

And now we know the answer is next year, since Stranger Things season 2 has been confirmed and will be out in 2017.

Netflix even made a little Stranger Things season 2 teaser spot, which was released along with the confirmation.

Watch the “Stranger Things 2” teaser video from Netflix right here:

In the teaser, you’ll notice the following terms: “Madmax,” “The Boy Who Came Back to Life,” “The Pumpkin Patch,” “The Palace,” “The Storm,” “The Pollywog,” “The Secret Cabin,” “The Brain,” “and The Lost Brother,” “In the Fall of 1984…” and “The Adventure Continues.”

We don’t know exactly what these refer to, but speculations have (of course!) already begun. The most popular guess seems to be that these are the episode titles for season 2. According to Variety Stranger Things 2 will have nine episodes – as opposed to the eight in the first season of the show.

Still, there are actually 11 terms in the trailer, which could instead refer to the characters of Eleven in some way.

Also, we have two of the primary cast members goofing around about returning to season 2.

Here’s Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven), with her hair more grown out, and Noah Schnapp (Will). One is trying to spoil us, while the other tries – to no avail – to keep things under wraps.

Stranger Things Season 2 Confirmed - Millie Brown aka ElevenStranger Things Season 2 Confirmed - Noah Schnapp aka Will
Stranger Things Season 2 Confirmed - Noah SchnappStranger Things Season 2 Confirmed - Millie Bobby Brown and Noah Schnapp

We are definitely ready for more  Stranger Things – and hopefully, more of both Eleven and Will.

Gif source: milliebrowndaily.tumblr.com

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