If you flew through Netflix鈥檚 Stranger Things as quickly as we did (so long, eight hours), you鈥檙e likely chomping at the bit to find out what happened upon Will鈥檚 return home. While season two has yet to be officially confirmed (though a soundtrack HAS been), the show鈥檚 creators and executive producers, Matt and Ross Duffer, eased the wait a little bit by offering up some insight into the hypothetical next installment of the show and the fate of its characters (who are giving us serious #squadgoals) in a interview with IGN.

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He spoke of characters like the beloved Barb, who met her demise far too soon at the hands of the evil Demigorgon. With fans the world over mourning her loss, Matt filled us all in on her fate. While he said he couldn鈥檛 see Barb making a comeback from the Upside Down (*tear*), Matt assured viewers that 鈥淏arb will not be forgotten.鈥

Addressing the concerns of those who felt that Barb didn鈥檛 get her fair shake post-mortem, he went on to say that season two would see her acknowledged and properly remembered. 鈥淪eason one actually takes place over the course of six or seven days 鈥 it鈥檚 a really short period of time,鈥 Matt explained. 鈥淪o part of what we want to do with hypothetical season two is to explore the repercussions of everything that happened鈥 It鈥檚 not like her parents are like, 鈥極h, Barb left. She died!鈥欌

LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 11: Actress Natalia Dyer, Chief Content Officer for Netflix Ted Sarandos, actress Winona Ryder and VP Original Content for Netflix, Cindy Holland attend the after party for the premiere of Netflix's "Stranger Things" at Mack Sennett Studios on July 11, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

One character that HASN鈥橳 met their ultimate end is likely doctor Matthew Modine, AKA Eleven鈥檚 鈥淧apa.鈥 鈥淎s an audience member watching the show, if that was his death, that would be very unsatisfying to me,鈥 Matt said. 鈥淗e would deserve much more than that as an ending.鈥

Eleven herself may also see a return, as the show has several dimensions to play with and her whereabouts aren鈥檛 exactly known. 鈥淲hat did James Cameron say?鈥 Ross joked. 鈥楴o one鈥檚 ever dead in sci-fi.鈥

As for the rest of the living characters, Matt told IGN in a separate interview that they would likely all be skipping a year. 鈥淭hey鈥檒l be a year older and all the changes they鈥檙e going through, we鈥檒l take that into account and kind of work that into the show,鈥 he said.

But wait鈥 do all these musings mean that season two is a sure thing? 鈥淭here鈥檚 definitely a lot of dangling threads at the end,鈥 Matt said at a recent TCA summer panel. 鈥淚f people wanted it and Netflix wanted it, we could explore it and continue the storyline.鈥

Um, YES please!

Are you eagerly awaiting season two? Let us know over @BritandCo!

(h/t E!, photos via Stranger Things + Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty)