The second series of 'Stranger Things' doesn't stream until Halloween weekend, but Netflix is so sure of its success it's already commissioned a third.
In an interview, the Duffer brothers - who are the series' co-creators - revealed a third series is on the way. They also set out their vision for the show, as a "four-season thing and then out".
However, a fourth series hasn't been commissioned yet.
According to the brothers, the second series will feel more like a film sequel than a TV show. And for the third series, they have their sights set on life outside of the small town of Hawkins, Indiana.
"We just have to keep adjusting the story," Matt Duffer said. "Though I don't know if we can justify something bad happening to them once a year."
The series focuses, Stephen King-like, on paranormal events in a small town in America. Series two could see the Upside Down monster come to Earth, after Will Byers' return.
Netflix has also commissioned a second series of 'Friends From College'. The comedy focuses on a group of pals from Harvard university as they face life in their forties.
It received mixed reviews from critics, but it was obviously popular enough to warrant a second bite of the cherry.