TV EXCLUSIVE: Charlie Heaton Dishes on 'Stranger Things' Time Jump in 'Darker' Season 2: 'It's Gonna Be a Ride' By Zach Seemayer 4:31 PM PST, November 6, 2016 This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors. If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page. 23:55EXCLUSIVE: Charlie Heaton Spills on 'Stranger Things' Season 2: …01:32Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest Channel ‘Stranger Things’ for ‘Live…06:00Millie Bobby Brown Reacts to Viral 'Stranger Things' Fan Theorie…02:15Millie Bobby Brown on Date Night With Jake Bongiovi and ‘Strange…10:10'Manifest': Melissa Roxburgh Spills on Final Season Spoilers and…00:47Aisha Tyler Spills on Starring in New ‘Pickled’ Competition (Exc…03:10Christina Ricci on Reuniting With Elijah Wood for 'Yellowjackets…02:01Dolly Parton Spills on Upcoming Classic Rock Album Featuring Ico…02:17‘Firefly Lane’: Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke on Emotional Go…05:47Jessica Henwick on Charlie Cox’s Call for Her MCU Return and Wor…01:47Shay Mooney Gives 53-Pound Weight-Loss Update and Dan Smyers Spi…05:50Madelaine Petsch on Aaron Carter and 'Riverdale's Final Season (…01:51'The Sex Lives of College Girls’ Cast Teases 'More Parties,' Fun…02:08‘The Crown’s Imelda Staunton on Pausing Season 5 Production Afte…08:11'Yellowstone's Wes Bentley on the Season 5 Clash Between Beth an…08:09'Yellowstone's Kelly Reilly on 'Hope' for Beth to Be Happy in Se…02:44Michaela Coel on How 'Black Panther 2' Explores Grief Following …08:15'Yellowstone’s Luke Grimes and Kelsey Asbille on Kayce and Monic…02:17'Dead to Me': Linda Cardellini on Working With 'Incredible' Chri… The second season of Netflix's breakout hit Stranger Things is on it's way, and it sounds like fans have an even bigger adventure waiting for them. Charlie Heaton, who stars as the reclusive Jonathan Byers, spoke with ET's Lauren Zima about his new thriller, Shut In, on Saturday, and revealed that the upcoming episodes are going to "slightly darker" than the already-terrifying first season. WATCH: 'Stranger Things' Is Getting a Second Season, Duffer Brothers Confirm 'There's a Lot More Mystery There to Be Solved'"You follow these characters a year later, and you're straight back in the world of Hawkins, [Indiana], which we know and love so well," he explained. "The scope feels bigger this year." The whole cast recently got together for the first table read, and the second season hits the ground running, with Heaton teasing, "From episode one through four, it's gonna be a ride."While he couldn't dish on too many details, he did explain the practical reason behind the one-year time jump."I think they wanted to let things settle, but also there are kids in the show -- the actors also have grown in a year," the 22-year-old star said. "So, we couldn't have followed straight on." NEWS: 'Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown to Return as Eleven for Season 2 "I don’t think you're gonna notice," he added. "Even though it's a year, you're falling straight back into where we left off, in a sense."The second season of Stranger Things is set to premiere on Netflix next year.Heaton's new film, Shut In -- co-starring Naomi Watts, Oliver Platt and Jacob Tremblay -- hits theaters Nov. 11. WATCH: 'Stranger Things': 7 Things We Learned From the Season 2 Table Read 'Stranger Things' Officially Starts Production for Season 2, A Moment of Silence for Barb This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors. If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.