Let go of her Eggos! Eleven is back! Fans of the hit Netflix original show were kept in limbo regarding the character's return for season 2...until now. Sources confirm to TVLine, Millie Bobby Brown will reprise her role as Eleven. Some fans assumed her character would be back until executive producers threw a curve ball over the summer. Show-runners Matt and Ross Duffer said Eleven's return was "up in the air." If that wasn't enough to worry fans, the casting of "American Odyseey's" Sade Sink as "Max" had fans on the edge of their seats.

Her character is described as a tough young female with boyish-like behavior. Sound familiar? According to TVLine, Netflix hasn't confirmed Brown's return to the series.

What we know so far about 'Stranger Things' season 2

Creators of thehit sci-fi series will add nine episodes to season 2. It is unclear how many episodes Eleven will be in. Filming hasn't begun for the follow-up season but fans can anticipate the show to arrive in 2017. The show, taking place in the '80s, picks up a year later in the fall of 1984.

Show producers teased the season will expand on Will Byers' disappearance and the Upside Down. Noah Schnapp who plays Will and Joe Kerry who plays Steve have been bumped to series regulars. Show creators have also teased fans with all nine episode titles: "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."

Other faces we can expect to see in the second season of 'Stranger Things'

The Netflix original will bring back Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers.

No word if the Christmas lights will return. David Harbour will reprise his role as Jim Hopper. Finn Wolfhard is back as Mike Wheeler, and Natalia Dyer is also back as Nancy Wheeler.

Is there any hope fan-favorite Barb will return?

Fans were left heartbroken when Barb was transported to the Upside Down only to be killed off. But many played with the possibility of the return of teenage-looking Mrs.

Doubtfire. What if she really didn't die? Producers quickly shot that theory down.

"I mean, yes ― yes, she’s dead. I thought we were pretty clear about that. There’s a slug hanging out of her mouth ― out of her dead corpse. And then if you were still confused, [Chief Jim] Hopper finds her in the nest, also very dead," Matt Duffer said to a crowd at Samsung 837 in New York.

Sorry Barb fans! You can catch season 1 of "Stranger Things"on Netflix.

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