'Stranger Things' Season 2: Show Creators Will 'Make Sure There’s Some Justice For Barb'

One of the characters on "Stranger Things" Season 1 that the fans have grown to love is Barb (Shannon Purser) and the fans are demanding justice for her demise in the next season. In addition to this, Season 2 of the series is said to be darker and even weirder than the first.

Throughout the summer that "Stranger Things" has been airing on Netflix, the series has gotten high ratings and millions of viewers. With that, many of them have already learned to love the characters on the series. One of the most loved characters is Barb, and her death in the first season has led to the dismay of the viewers.

According to Bustle, Barb had an unexpected death during the first season, and the co-creator of the series says it is unlikely that she will be returning for the second season. According to Matt Duffer, he doesn't see Barb coming back but she will never be forgotten. Her disappearance will allegedly be a theme and a main event on the upcoming season two of "Stranger Things."

"Barb will not be forgotten," Matt said. "We'll make sure there's some justice for Barb. People get very frustrated, understandably, that the town doesn't seem to be really dealing with Barb. That stuff is all happening. We're just not spending any screen time on it." 

Season Two Of "Stranger Things" Darker And Weirder

More updates have been teased on what is in store for the upcoming second season even though it hasn't been officially confirmed yet. Game Spot reported that the second season will take place in the 1984 era, saying it will be darker and even weirder compared to the first.

In an interview with one of the creators, Ross Duffer said that the second season will have a story of its own despite the first one ending with so many questions. Considering a one-year time jump for the second season, it will definitely have a new tension created around the characters and have it resolved by the end.


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