Netflix Confirms 'Stranger Things' Season 3 Is Filming

While we'll have to wait til late this year or into 2019 to see the next season of Stranger Things, it's nice to know that the cast is back at work. 

Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, and the show's other young stars are going from $30,000 an episode to upwards of $200,000 while supporting cast members like Joe Keery and Natalia Dyer will make $100,000-$150,000 per episode according to Deadline.

So what can we expect in season 3? We know season 2 ended with The Mind Flayer stuck in the Upside Down, but is it stuck in there for good? The show creators have hinted we may see more of it. According to NME, Stranger Things season 3 will likely take place one year after the events of season 2 and will also follow the young cast as they start going through puberty. 

What do you think will happen next season? Will there be more episodes taking place outside of Hawkins or will the town go back to normal? We'll find out... eventually!

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