Fans of Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” this one’s for you.
The popular show will have a third season, Netflix announced Friday on Twitter.
No premiere date have been confirmed.
The series’ premise is, as described by Netflix, “When a young boy vanishes, a small town uncovers a mystery involving secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces and one strange little girl.”
The news was not a shock to most as “Stranger Things” has become a cult hit, according to The Wrap.
The streaming giant made a Twitter poll asking “Should we make another season of Stranger Things?” before making its announcement.
The creators, Matt and Ross Duffer told E! News that they aren’t certain how long the show will run.
“I think, you know, four to five seasons is likely where we’ll end up, but who knows?” Ross Duffer told E!
The youths will be going to high school in the next season, Matt Duffer said on “Beyond Stranger Things.”
The entire main cast is expected to be back in season three, The Wrap says.
The show’s first two seasons both netter 94 percent fresh ratings from Rotten Tomatoes.
“Stranger Things” has won five Emmys and a 2017 SAG Award, according to The Wrap.