We don’t have a specific release date for ‘Dark’ Season 2 on Netflix but the company and showrunners announced Wednesday that fans of the German sci-fi series will once again get to enter the world of Winden, Germany.

“We are overwhelmed by the response to ‘Dark’ and are thrilled that our story has been a success with a global audience. Viewers have been captivated by the secrets of our protagonists and have taken delight in unravelling the various puzzles that the story presents,” Showrunners Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese said in a statement. “To know that we will now embark on our next journey is, for us showrunners, a dream come true. And our fans can be sure that we have plenty of surprises in store for the second season of ‘Dark.’

And while the Season 1 finale of “Dark” answered a lot of questions, it asked a slew of new ones that kept fans clamoring for information on Season 2.

Warning: “Dark” Season 1 spoilers below.

‘Dark’ Season 1 left off with a traumatic sequence of event for Jonas. First, as he became trapped in 1986 cellar only to find out that the man helping him, the Stranger, is actually an older version of himself. Older Jonas refuses to open the door because it would disrupt time and leaves teenage Jonas alone.

To make matters more confusing for our main character, a wormhole opens in the cell and momentarily Helge as a child in 1953 and Jonas in 1986 see each other. When their hands touch Jonas wakes up in 2052. With a futuristic plane flying overhead, apparently in the middle of a warzone a woman approaches Jonas only to knock him out with her gun. “Welcome to the future,” she says as Season 1 came to a close.

Expect “Dark” Season 2 to take off directly from Jonas’ storyline, but uncertainty remains on what other characters we’ll see in Season 2. In an interview with Indiewire, the showrunners said the story has to center around Jonas, but other details are still being figured out.

“We will definitely, for example, follow Jonas. He is one of the main characters where most of the stuff actually happens,” bo Odar said in the interview. “So we will truly stay close to him, but shift some of the storylines to other characters. It’s just like creating this world with all these different children. You like some of them more, some less.”

Stay with International Business Times for updates on the “Dark” Season 2 release date, story and what’s next for Jonas in the year 2052 or whatever years viewers will gets to explore and discover with him.

“When we first heard about ‘Dark’, we realized very early on that we hadn’t seen anything like this show before -- in Germany or anywhere else in the world. ‘Dark’ is a testament that great storytelling transcends geography,” Kelly Luegenbiehl, Vice President of International Originals for Netflix, said. “We’re excited that our members around the globe are captivated by the mysterious world of Winden, and will now be able to continue to see how the story unfolds.”