Justice for Barb!” Now that "Stranger Things" Season 2 is coming, fans are clamoring for justice for the death of Barbara Holland (Shannon Purser) in the show's previous chapter. With that, the web television series' executive producer Shawn Levy answered the viewers’ longtime questions regarding the death of Nancy Wheeler’s (Natalia Dyer) best friend.

In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter through Facebook Live, the 48-year-old director revealed that he is often questioned about Barb’s future in the second season. To recall, she was killed by the Demogorgon when she mysteriously vanished and dragged into the Upside Down.

Shawn Levy won’t give in to fan requests

Evidently, Barb is already dead. However, fans are still requesting Shawn Levy and the show’s creators the Duffer Brothers, to bring the character back in “Stranger Things” Season 2.

The director explained that they can’t bring Barb back for one simple reason – she is dead. He, too, is confused as to why there are some fans who want to know her future when she is clearly gone. In fact, he revealed that he has been questioned about her return “hundreds of times” because people think that she is still alive.

Shawn Levy also said that even big shot celebrities come up to him at award shows to ask if Barb is coming back. He responds by asking them if they recall her death.

After all, her body was lying on the floor and creatures like slugs and worms were coming out of her mouth.

“I don’t know that there’s a bounce back from that!” he added. After that, he firmly said that they are not giving in to the fans’ demand. He said they will only follow the Duffer Brothers’ orders to deliver a perfect storyline for the show’s second season.

A disappointing second season

In an earlier interview with Matt Duffer (via Digital Spy), he said they have no plans to bring Barb to life in “Stranger Things” Season 2.

"I can't see it happening," he said. However, he assured that Nancy’s best friend will never be forgotten and justice will definitely be served. This news might sadden some fans but Shawn Levy also teased that the second chapter of the science fiction-horror web series won’t have a happy ending.

"Fans will be disappointed," he teased but, this disappointment will definitely pay off and lead fans to feel "more satisfied ” about something that is about to happen. The entire nine episodes of “Stranger Things” Season 2 will be dropped on Netflix on Oct. 31.