It's a great day to be part of the "Stranger Things" production, as the highly acclaimed Netflix horror series has just earned 18 nominations. Returning with a sophomore season this fall, the Duffer Brothers-created 1980's sci-fi series leaving viewers last year with more questions than answers. Viewers are yet to find out whatever happened to Eleven after she defeated the Demogorgon and what is really going on with Will Byers and why he's coughing up slugs after being trapped in the Upside Down, when "Stranger Things" Season 2 returns this October. As the Emmy season is just around the corner, the highly acclaimed series has unsurprisingly reaped as much as 18 nominations, including individual honors for the new "Hellboy" reboot actor David Harbour who plays Chief Jim Hopper, breakout star Millie Bobby Brown, and Shannon Purser, who played the iconic Barb (finally, #JusticeforBarb).

Netflix series Earns 18 Emmy nominations

Before "Stranger Things" season 2 returns to Netflix this October, the Duffer Brothers-created sci-fi hit earned several Emmy nominations, including one for the Drama Series category. David Harbour earned a nomination for Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, while Millie Bobby Brown earned a nomination for Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. The Duffer Brothers were honored with a nomination for Directing for a Drama Series and Writing for a Drama Series.

Shannon Purser nominated for an Emmy Award

Fans of the Netflix series can finally celebrate, as #JusticeforBarb has finally been served. The actress has received her first ever Emmy nomination for Guest Actress in a Drama Series, despite her not coming back in "Stranger Things" season 2.

The series also earned several Emmy nominations for production.

Millie Bobby Brown gushes about the sophomore season

"Stranger Things" Season 2 is just around the corner and with its numerous Emmy nominations, viewers are getting more interested to see what's in store later this year. In fact, the Netflix show will be on hand in the highly anticipated San Diego Comic Con, where some actors from the show may be on hand for the showcase.

A new trailer is also expected to be premiered. Emmy nominee Millie Bobby Brown recently spoke with Deadline to hint about the sophomore season, saying that "The show has pivotal moments, things that fans will not expect. These episodes will definitely give people a great season—a binge-worthy season, for sure.

It’s very, very crazy, honestly."

"Stranger Things" Season 2 premieres on Netflix on October 27.

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