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"Stranger Things" season 1 left the fate of Eleven up in the air. Facebook/Stranger Things

“Stranger Things” season 2 may no longer be a secret, but the plot, setting and full character list are. Even Millie Bobby Brown, who was one of the stars in the first season, has been relatively quiet about the fate of her character until now.

'Stranger Things' season 1 spoilers are included below

Season 1 of the series left the future of Brown’s Eleven uncertain. Her actions to help return Will Byers from the Upside Down resulted in her disappearing along with a monster that originated from that dimension. However, viewers saw Police Chief Jim Hopper, as played by David Harbour, leave out some Eggos in the snow for Eleven, which could have been meant to hint her return.

“Stranger Things” creators, the Duffer Brothers, have remained tight lipped about the return of Eleven. But in a recent Instagram post, Brown hinted at reprising her role of the girl with psychokinetic abilities.


Shhhhh @dkharbour don't say a word! #s02 #strangerthings @netflix @strangerthingstv

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It definitely is not clear confirmation that Eleven will once again grace the small screen, but it does point in that direction. Meanwhile, most of the other original characters have been confirmed to return. This includes Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Noah Schnapp (Will) and Winona Ryder (Joyce).

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At this point, the premiere date of “Stranger Things” season 2 has not been made official, but it is definitely arriving sometime in 2017 on Netflix. The upcoming season will also be set in 1984, a year after the first season’s week-long adventures. And while the story itself is still under wraps, writers have indicated that the consequences of these events will be the theme of next year’s episodes.

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The Duffer Brothers also confirmed that season 2 will have the same unique tone that has become synonymous to “Stranger Things.” However, there will be bigger enemies to take down. “We want to retain the tone, but all of our sequels feel a little different,” Ross Duffer said in a press conference.

“It’s not about just taking another monster -- it’s a bigger, badder monster. We want it to feel a little bit different, a little bit darker.”

"It’s going to be very different structurally, which is fun,” Matt Duffer added.

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