During Sunday's Television Critic's Association presentation, Netflix's vice-president of original content, Cindy Holland, said that the show's creators, Matt and Ross Duffer and Shawn Levy, were aware of the expectations for the next season of Stranger Things and said that "they want to deliver something bigger and better than what they did past year".
"It's a handcrafted show", Holland stated after explaining that it would be another year before we would see Stranger Things season three.
According to her, show creators the Duffer Brothers are keenly aware of the stakes and want to deliver. They want to deliver something bigger and better than previous year. "It will be worth the wait". "More special effects, it's going to be a really exciting season". Fans better enjoy it while it lasts, though, as it seems like the Duffer Brothers have been hinting at the upcoming ending of the series, telling Deadline, "We have made a determination how long Stranger Things will go".
The new season is now in production, with new cast members including Cary Elwes and Jake Busey.
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