Characters Stranger Things may be fighting monsters from Upside Down, but things are fine for fans of Netflix series.

Netflix announced on Friday that the popular supernatural series would return for a third season. The Twitter account of the broadcast service first published a poll that asked fans if they should do another season of the program, and then followed with a very declarative tweet.

"FOR THE LOVE OF STEVE, DUH!" Netflix tweeted, referring to the character played by Joe Keery. "So hold on tight, Baby Darts – Season 3 is officially happening."

FOR THE LOVE OF STEVE, DUH! So hold the baby darts clenched – season 3 is officially happening.

– Netflix USA UU (@netflix) December 1, 2017

No specific information was provided about when the new season would be released or which members of the cast would return.

The series debuted its second season at the end of October, which continued the story of Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Will (Noah Schnapp) and the chaos caused by Upside Down, an alternative dimension that endangers the small town of Hawkins, Indiana.

Before the premiere of Season 2, Matt and Ross Duffer, creators of the series, told USA TODAY that they plan, creatively, that the series has more than three seasons.

"We have a final game," Ross said. "We do not really know how many seasons, we know it will be more than 3. We have rough ideas of what Season 3 will be, but we like to keep it flexible, it always ends differently than we expected …"

Netflix does not publish data on the audience, but the Nielsen rating service started its own measurements this year. Nielsen says that 15.8 million American viewers watched the first episode of the series' second season on its third day of release.