Stranger Things 2 was a roller coaster of emotions. We thought that Will was finally out of the upside down, only to realize we were definitely wrong. We fell in love with Bob, only to have the surprising hero ripped away from us. It's safe to say that last season was a sh*tshow!\nSince last season aired, fans have been eagerly waiting to find out what happens to our favourite gang of misfits in Hawkins, Indiana. If you're a true Stranger Things fan, then you would know that season three is currently in production.\n@strangerthingstvembedded via\nEarlier this year, it was announced that season three of Stranger Things began production on April 23rd, 2018.\nWe did some searching and found out that season two was rumoured to take about eight months to film and season one took about six months to film, which is pretty standard for this type of series.\nConsidering filming just began at the end of April, we're definitely a bit worried because Millie Bobby Brown just announced on Instagram that she is seriously injured.\n@milliebobbybrownembedded via\nIn an Instagram video posted on Friday, Millie announced that she wouldn't be attending the MTV Awards this weekend because she split her kneecap! You can see in the video that Millie is sporting crutches and a leg brace. It doesn't look good.\nAccording to her doctors, she needs to rest up! She also admits that it's the first bone that she's ever broken.\n@milliebobbybrownembedded via\nDoes this mean that Millie Bobby Brown will have fewer scenes in the next season of Stranger Things? We're doubtful that the Duffer Brother's would simply leave Eleven out of the storyline. It looks like production could be pushed back to give time for Millie to heal.\nWe're crossing our fingers that this injury doesn't delay the release date for Stranger Things 3.