In a few weeks, fans will finally see the return of “Stranger Things” Season 2 on Netflix. The science-fiction horror web television show’s nine-episode arc will be dropped on Oct. 27.

Fans are now excited to see the future of Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), Mike (Finn Wolfhan), and Will (Noah Schnapp). Of course, viewers will also want to see the return of Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown). Fortunately, it looks like fans are about to see them for three more chapters.

The television show’s stay

Even though “Stranger Things” Season 2 is not yet released, the television show is now renewed to have its third chapter.

In fact, the series’ creator Matt and Ross Duffer, or also known as the Duffer Brothers, want the show to have at least four installments. The executive producers revealed that they don’t want to take advantage of the warm welcome they have been receiving. However, in spite of their desire to just stay for four seasons, there is a big possibility that it would run until five chapters.

But, fans should never expect the series to go beyond five seasons. “I think very unlikely,” co-executive-producer Shawn Levy told Entertainment Weekly. In an interview, he also said that a lot of people from Netflix were sad when the Duffer brothers announced that the web series might officially end after four installments.

“I was suddenly getting phone calls from our actors’ agents,” he said.

The network’s order

According to Slash Film, there might be a discussion going on to make “Stranger Things” stay longer than expected.

This might be an effort to milk the television show’s popularity before fans get bored of it. However, the Duffer brothers earlier foresaw the series to just have four or five-season run.

Some said that this is good news as the program doesn’t have to be stretched a little longer to fit the four-chapter story into five installments.

In fact, Ross Duffer admitted that they never planned to continue Eleven’s story for a long time. He perfectly knew that viewers might get tired of its narrative. Its stars might also get sick of Hawkins, Indiana being threatened by other entities every time.

Ross believed that there will come a time that fans will question the show’s characters as to why there aren’t leaving the city. “Like we’re going to stretch credibility,” he said.

So, the series will never be made to run for seven seasons. Netflix also has the same sentiments. Matt Duffer revealed that they had a meeting with the network when the first chapter became a big hit. The streaming service insisted that “Stranger Things” should never run that long.