The first season of “Stranger Things” has been quickly loved by Netflix’s viewers and subscribers, so it is not surprising that it will be renewed. Now that the cameras are rolling again for “Stranger Things” Season 2, little teasers about the show are now emerging.

The much-loved characters from Netflix’s original series are now starting their production for the sequel. In fact, David Harbour, who plays the role of Chief Hopper, teased that the second season will be bigger than its predecessor.

'Bigger’ sequel coming

Fans of the science fiction-horror are now puzzled with what the loved-but-feared police officer means when he said “Stranger Things” Season 2 will be now “bigger.” At the Writers Guild Awards, the 41-year-old actor told Bustle that he can describe the sequel as more superior to the first season, but still has the “same intimacy of the story.”

"And it's really exciting.

Like, I didn't think we'd be able to top Season 1, and when I read the first script of Season 2, I was like, wow — we got an opportunity here,” the actor hinted. He also added that if they have successfully played their respective roles, they might even surpass the success of the original story.

Possible ‘bigger’ things in ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2

Literally, the web television series is now bigger with nine episodes compared to the original that only had eight. It, too, is set to have more additional characters that will join Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) and Will (Noah Schnapp). The step-siblings Max (Sadie Sink) and her brother Billy (Dacre Montgomery) are moving to Hawkins and will have intertwined lives with the show’s characters.

Max will be hanging out with the boys while her brother will be seen rowdy.

Also, there’s a big possibility that the parallel universe in “Stranger Things” Season 2 will be bigger and more portals made by Hawkins Laboratory will be revealed. As ruled by the powerful and influential Hawkins, Indiana may not be the only place that had a hole that has a connection with the creatures in the Upside Down. Netflix will drop the entire episodes of the sequel in time for Halloween on Oct. 31.