One of the most enjoyable elements of Stranger Things has been watching the relationships between the young characters on the show, capturing a sense of innocence and curiosity that's absent in
“It will have to be somewhat of a time
“It seems very wrong,” co-creator Matt Duffer added. “The minute I see Caleb drive up, I’m probably going to pass out.”
It had been roughly 10 months that had passed since the Season 1 finale and Season 2 premiere, with the young cast looking noticeably older. Whether the Duffers will set the upcoming season another year apart or possibly even further into the future to compensate for the maturing actors is yet to be revealed.
The Duffer brothers don't have to struggle with these time jumps indefinitely, having previously mentioned their vision for the show will last roughly four seasons.
“We have an end goal; we know where we want to go,” Ross confessed. “We’re not quite sure how long it will take to get there, but we do have a plan. And some of it, it’s just because Season 2, we just came into it with so many ideas, and so many of them have been kicked further down the road. So we’re gonna use some of those. In [our Season 2 brainstorm], we figured out what that ending is, but it’ll take more than one year to get there.”
The second season of Stranger Things is currently available on Netflix.