We are going to do things that fans will be disappointed in, but I think they will be more satisfied by.
Since bingeing the Netflix Original's inaugural season in its entirety, we've been plagued by the memory of Barb, and questions about her potential return.
Stranger Things was created by Matt and Ross Duffer aka The Duffer Brothers who both direct and produced the series under their Monkey Massacre banner along with co-executive producer's Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen of 21 Laps Entertainment.
No, you saw - she had like a creature, slug-worm-snake, coming out of her mouth!
I don't know about you, but the demogorgon is still terrifying in toy form!
Shannon Purser as Stranger Things fave, Barb Holland. Season 2 of the series is set to arrive this Halloween on Netflix, while the first season is now available for streaming on the streaming giant. "Because you think you want that but you wouldn't really want that".
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Forgotten by her town, forsaken by a best friend who just wanted to bone the young Jean-Ralphio, Barb deserved better than being dragged to the Upside Down and having the life sucked out of her by a Demogorgon.
"Stranger Things" fans are excited for what is to come when the show returns later this year, but the people behind the popular Netflix series have surprises in store that they say may disappoint and satisfy the viewers at the same time. That stuff is all happening. It's time we moved on and let Barb finally get some damn peace.
Levy told TV Line, "We wanted to explore the idea of how they could keep something like this covered up and what happens if you're not able to keep a lid on this". It's disappointing, but as long as Eleven gets her Eggos, I'll be happy.