The latest updates and spoilers for "Stranger Things" Season 2 will feature Jim Hopper's daughter having an important part in the plot, and executive producer Shawn Levy confirmed that the show will continue after season 3.

Hopper's daughter

David Harbour revealed new details about the plot of "Stranger Things" Season 2 as he told TVGuide that the deceased daughter of Hawkins sheriff Jim Hopper will be the main focus of the story, but not in the way the audiences will think.

"Hopper's daughter will be the primary focus of Season 2, but not in the way that you think it will be," Harbour said. "Hopper's understanding of that relationship and Hopper's understanding of being a father and of being a man grows deeper and deeper in Season 2.

Jim Hopper's daughter died of cancer before the events of the first season, and it drove him to a deep depression, which caused him to lapse into alcoholism. He was instrumental in finding and rescuing Will Byers from the "Upside-Down" world and uncovered the dangerous conspiracy within Hawkins labs.

Audiences felt that Hopper's mysterious personality and past experiences have not yet fully integrated in the first season and they hoped that the Duffer brothers will explore it more in the second season.

Season 2's plot will feature the dangerous changes in Will Byer's body after his experience from the other world and a possible invasion in Hawkins. Several fan theories teased that Will Byers will exhibit powers from that world and possibly fight his friends during the course of the story.

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Eleven's return is also teased in the show as she survives her encounter with the Demogorgon during the season finale and tries to find a way out of the Upside-Down world.

More seasons to come

Executive producer Shawn Levy confirmed that they have "no plans" to end "Stranger Things" after season 3. Levy was able to silence the rumored reports surrounding the series' cancellation, and he told Forbes that show will continue to grow and change along with its cast members comparing it to "Game of Thrones."

The Duffer brothers stated in a separate interview that the Netflix series will continue until season 4 and then end it. Of course, plans can always change depending on its ratings and success, and the producers are willing to pay more to keep the show alive.

For now, audiences will just have to wait for more updates and details on the show as season 2 will premiere on Oct. 27 on Netflix.