Stranger Things season 3 dropped last week, and caused much excitement as fans got to see the kids enjoying the new mall on the outskirts of Hawkins. However, as fans will know, nothing is at it seems as fragments of the Upside Down are still trying to break through into every day life.
Taking to Twitter, responding to Niall Horan's tweet which read, 'Watched the first 4 episodes of the new season of @Stranger_Things. I love this show so much 😍', Louis replied, 'Just give me a shout if you’re on your own and too scared to watch it. For you mate I’ll grin and bear it'.
Who wouldn't want to see these two hiding behind the sofa as they watch the next installment of the hit TV series?
But then, when a fan joined in the conversation saying, 'LOUIS BUT I THOUGH YOU DONT WATCH TRENDY THINGS', [sic] Louis replied, 'Hence ‘ ill grin and bear it ‘ keep trying love' [sic].
Meanwhile, as Louis might not be a massive fan, it seems that Niall can't get enough of it. Several of Niall's recent tweets have been about the popular series.
Louis also responded to another fan who asked if he was scared of Stranger Things, replying, 'No but I know Niall was/is', with Niall replying that he was now 'into it proper now'.
Niall also responded to a fan, revealing that his favourite character was Eleven, played by Millie Bobby Brown.
Meanwhile, with the new series now available, it's been revealed just how much the actors are being paid per Stranger Things episode.
Now take a look at these facts you probably didn't know about Stranger Things:
Facts you probably didn't know about Stranger Things
To help sell the show, the Duffers edited a mock 'trailer' combining clips from over 25 feature films, including E.T., Nightmare on Elm Street, Super 8 and Halloween.
The composers of the Stranger Things soundtrack (Michael Stein and Kyle Dixon) were two members of an Austin synth band called SURVIVE; their music was featured in the soundtrack of the film The Guest.
Michael Stein and Kyle Dixon have written over 13 hours of music for the show.
Winona Ryder wanted her hairstyle modeled after Meryl Streep's hair in Silkwood.
The title sequence was inspired by the work of Richard Greenberg, who designed a number of classic 80s title sequences including Alien, Altered States, Superman and The Goonies - which starred a young Sean Astin, who later appeared in Stranger Things as Joyce's boyfriend Bob Newby.
Winona Ryder and Matthew Modine (Dr. Martin Brenner) have appeared together once before, in the music video for Roy Orbison's 'A Love So Beautiful'.
Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) and Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas) have both acted on Broadway. Gaten played Gavroche in Les Miserables and Caleb played Young Simba in The Lion King. The two boys knew each other but they didn't become close friends until after working on Stranger Things.
Charlie Heaton (Jonathan Byers) and Millie Brown (Eleven) are both from the UK. Charlie is from Bridlington, East Yorkshire, and Millie is from Bournemouth, Dorset.
To help sell the show, the Duffers created a 'look book' which was designed in the style of a vintage Stephen King novel.
Gaten's voice changed so much by the time production ended that the sound team were unable to use him for additional dialogue recording.
Although the show was shot digitally on the RED Dragon, a layer of real film grain was applied to help achieve a more vintage look.
It was Caleb's request to wear a camouflage bandana in the show; he wears it for the final three episodes.
The monster was achieved through a combination of prosthetics, animatronics, performance and CG.
The toddlers on set were very scared by the 'monster', but they were calmed when told that he was just like the monsters in Monsters Inc.
Finn Wolfhard, who plays Mike Wheeler, is a film buff and wants to be a director when he grows up. He is a particular fan of Sam Raimi's early work.
The gang really did create a salt bath, and Millie Bobby Brown actually floated - there were no effects used! To get Millie to float in a kiddie pool, twelve hundred pounds of epsom salt were dissolved into the water.
Before starting the show, the writers all watched (or rewatched) a large list of films, including E.T., Stand By Me, The Goonies, The Thing and A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Millie had to shave most of her hair off for the show and as can be expected of any 11-year-old girl this was a terrifying prospect. The Duffers showed her how cool Charlize Theron looked in Mad Max: Fury Road after which Millie agreed to it.
The Duffers had all the boys audition with scenes from Stand By Me.
Hopper's trailer was purchased by the art department for $1.
For some of the laboratory scenes, Millie (Eleven) was fully submerged in an underwater immersion tank. She was able to breathe by wearing a Sea Trek helmet, which weighs approximately 70 lbs above water; it weighs 15 lbs beneath the surface of the water. The helmet was designed for shallow 'underwater walking'.
To direct Millie while she was underwater, the Duffers communicated with her through a small radio in her ear.
Stranger Things series 1, 2 and 3 are now available for stream on Netflix.