Stranger Things — Netflix's retro-inspired sci-fi series with so much hipster and cool-kid cred — keeps getting cooler by the day.

In the latest development, the show has added Married actor and comic Brett Gelman to its Season 2 lineup, having him play a journalist named Murray Bauman who becomes a conspiracy theorist digging into a cold case, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Sean Austin and Paul Reiser cast in Stranger Things Season 2

Gelman, known for his offbeat and piercing approach to comedy as seen on Brett Gelman's Dinner in America and the Matthew Perry-starring Go On, lands the gig in perfect time too, as he recently made headlines for severing ties with Adult Swim for what he deemed as a lack of opportunity for women at the network.

He joins a growing list of Stranger Things newcomers including Paul Reiser and The Goonies star Sean Astin, and of course returning characters including the beloved Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven.

Stranger Things Season 2 is scheduled to premiere in 2017.