Yes, Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings and Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos recently admitted they've already seen the first episode of the new season, despite those GoT-level security sanctions.
The verdict? We don't know about strange, but it's clear we should be expecting "fantastic" things to come from the series, even if the world is turning Upside Down.
"I have just seen the first episode of season two," Sarandos told NME.
"It's fantastic – it delivers on everything that every fan wants."
The first trailer for a second season dropped during this year's Superbowl, and revealed a sneak preview of what's to come.
We last saw Will displaying some very Demogorgon-like behaviours – and Hastings is expecting even "bigger" things from the second season.
"We have a sense that it's going to be really big," he added.
"The reaction and momentum in Netflix internally is building."
While Mike and Nancy are busy worrying about the disappearances of their friends Eleven and Barb in the Upside Down, Will Byers is struggling with his strange behaviour after coming back from the very place.
Will's mum Joyce (Winona Ryder) also has a new squeeze in the form of Sean Astin, but we're more excited that there will FINALLY be justice for Barb.
Stranger Things returns to Netflix on October 31.
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