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See the quirky 'Stranger Things' pic announcing Eleven's return for season 2

Eleven will be back on “Stranger Things” next season. You can count on it.

Millie Bobby Brown, the 12-year-old actress who plays the super-powerful character on the popular Netflix series, can be seen in a just-released production photo of the cast for season two.

You may have a little difficulty spotting her in the picture that was shared on the official “Stranger Things” social media accounts, since it’s upside down — a nod to the Upside Down dimension where the Demogorgon monster kept the missing child at the center of the show, Will Byers (Noah Schnapp).

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“Back in production see you next year,” the photo caption, which is also upside down, reads.

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Fortunately, Brown herself was much more direct in sharing the news. She tweeted, “It's official! #011 is back for Season 2 of @Stranger_Things!”

Her co-star, Finn Wolfhard, aka Mike Wheeler, chimed in as well, sharing the production photo right-side up and declaring, “Let's do this! #S2 #elevenisback.”

Let's do this! #S2 #elevenisback #strangerthings #strangerthingstv

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That should clear things up after the first season's finale left Eleven’s fate unclear.

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The second season of “Stranger Things” will premiere in 2017. While you wait for the new episodes, you can watch Brown show off her lip-syncing skills in a new video from the DJ/producer duo Sigma. She mouths the lyrics to the song “Find Me,” which features vocals by British singer Birdy.

The video follows Brown on an “emotional journey” through a bustling city, the official description for the clip notes.

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