There have been a lot of strange things going on the Netflix series “Stranger Things.” Since its debut in 2016, the series has been celebrated for the thrill and the mystery it gives to its audience. Now, the producers and Child Stars of “Stranger Things” are setting up for its second season.

‘We're not famous'

Following the first season, the child stars won the Screen Actors Guild Award for being the best TV drama ensemble. They also met with the former U.S. President Barack Obama, who, according to Millie Bobby Brown, said that they were “cool.”

The gang of six also appeared in Comic-Con, where thousands of fans were there to see them.

And of course, they are very much celebrated on social media. “Stranger Things” also got nominated for Emmy’s this year, but according to Vulture, they will not be on Emmy Peanut butter and jelly duty this time.

In an interview, the child stars were asked if their lives were any different compared to their lives a year ago. They said that they are now often recognized in public than before.

They said that they’ve obviously gained a lot more followers on Instagram or in any other social media sites. Despite these changes, the young cast insisted that their lives are pretty much still the same.

Gaten Matarazzo, 14, plays Dustin on “Stranger Things” said that a lot of people consider them famous, but they do not consider themselves as such.

He added that they’re just doing their jobs and that job happens to be in the public eye more often than not.

Brown, who plays the role of Eleven, said that the show has made an impact on her life, but she’s still the same person she was before the series. Finn Wolfhard said that one of the best things that happened to him being a child star in the series is that the bullies in his school are kind of afraid of him now.

'Stranger Things' season 2 release date

The second season of “Stranger Things” will be aired on Netflix on October 27, 2017. It is earlier than expected, but it will be a love letter to the avid supporters of the series.

Netflix released an official synopsis of the second season. Season 2 is about a year after Will’s return when everything seems to be back to normal, but then the threat that surrounded Hawkins is still there, lurking.

The series' directors, the Duffer Brothers, also said the second season will give Barb justice.

It is said that Will is kind of having a post-traumatic stress disorder in the coming season. It seems like there are a lot of things to watch out for in the second season.