'Stranger Things' to end after 4 seasons

This image shows an installation for the Netflix series, "Stranger Things," at Comic-Con in San Diego on Thursday, July 20, 2017. The studios behind “Blade Runner 2049” and “Stranger Things 2” have created temporary installations in downtown San Diego where fans can soar through the Los Angeles of the future in a Spinner ship from “Blade Runner 2049” or visit the Hawkins, Indiana, house where Will Byers lives in “Stranger Things.” Both experiences are free and continue through Sunday. (AP Photo/Sandy Cohen)

Cult TV series "Stranger Things" will run for four seasons, according to creators Matt and Ross Duffer.

The 1980s-set horror series was a big hit on Netflix last year and the Duffers are putting the finishing touches on season two.

Now they tell Vulture that season three is also officially in the cards while revealing they'll wrap up the spooky show after four runs.

"We’re thinking it will be a four-season thing and then out," Ross Duffer says.

Season two will hit Netflix on Oct. 27.

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